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Unread 10-26-2007, 09:05 AM   #1
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Default Heads

My local food place has heads. Duck, lamb, pig, calf, etc.

What could these possibly be used for? The pig is the only one with skin on it.
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mmmm lamb head is the best!
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Calf for Barbacoa, and Lengua if it comes w/tongue. Neither are favorites of mine.
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For the lambs head here is what you do.Mix up some fresh chopped rosemary, sea salt, black pepper, oregano (dried) and EVOO.Rub it on the lambs head. Put it in the broiler, you know that tray at the bottom of the oven that i see most people dont use. Roast it for about 20 min or until nicely browned. Baste with a little bit of EVOO when done and thats it.It seems a bit freaky but its delicious. Most people dont know what they are missing
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I read about barbacoa in a book (maybe Smokestack Lightnin???) being big along the border in Texas. I bet it is good. They said the eyes are the best... people spread them on bread like butter!!!
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Tamales are traditionaly made with head (pig or cow, I can't remember which my stepmother used).
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mmmmm pig jowl, good stuff
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mmmmm pig jowl, good stuff
Jack McDavid does a whole thing about jowls when he present a hog during on site judging. It was very entertaining
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Head cheese, yum-O

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Carp there goes my appetite, and I was goiing ot have a gyro for lunch.
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Tamales are traditionaly made with head (pig or cow, I can't remember which my stepmother used).
Either way. "Parts is parts." BTW: I've customized my UDS for cooking whole heads. They make a wonderful edible centerpeice for party's.
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PS: I'm partial to goat head. The horns make nice handles while your'e knawing away.
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Tacos de Cabeza are popular.
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Either way. "Parts is parts." BTW: I've customized my UDS for cooking whole heads. They make a wonderful edible centerpeice for party's.
I've got to come to one of your parties.
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You Farkers are sick!

I couldnt even do the Chorizo thing.
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