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Topic: oaxacan Q (OT) (4 msgs / 121 lines)
1) From: Oaxaca Charlie
--- John Abbott  wrote:
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 More like what *beer * goes with it, but there's always some
Pluma brewing where I eat it.  Usually called "chivo" there as
young billy's are more often available for cooking. Always
wrapped in lots of avocado leaves for flavoring, lots of
tomatoes,garlic and peppers in there, wrapped all around in a
thick layer of banana leaves and buried in a pit full of coals
for a long while. Not a smoked BBQ. I usually just help with
butchering and firewood gathering and haven't paid enough
attention to the many details of the recipe. Whatever's in it,
you need lots of napkins to get your face clean after.
mmmmmmm-rico.
 I didn't know you'd lost a lot of weight. Congrats.
Charlie
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2) From: John Abbott
Cabrito is what its called in Nuevo Progresso - but then they speak Tex-Mex
and not Spanish :O)  The kid is split and spread and mounted on a spit and
leaned in over a fire pit.  They usually have four or five cooking at a time
because they move a lot of it.  And yes - Cerveza is the preferred beverage
:O)  As a matter of fact Cerveza is preferred with virtually everything
here.   What you are describing sounds so superior to just roasting over a
fire - it sounds more in keeping with a pig roast done right.
I'd really thump my chest over my weight loss if I didn't still have 18
pounds to go!  When my body got hit with spinal-neuropathy my exercising
came to almost a stop and my weight went up fast. My doctor is a doll and
she talked me into trying this total vegetarian diet 11 months ago - and I
am so thankful I listened. Its like fresh coffee to Folgers - I couldn't go
back to a meat diet if I wanted to!
My Echolink (ham radio) has really been active this morning since I live in
Texas where the majority of the debris fell. I've spent most of my time
explaining where Mission is and that I'm a full day's drive from the debris
path.
I'm going to spend the rest of the day roasting and packaging coffee - care
to drop by?  I've got Mexican Oaxaca - Fino Rojas  that I'll be trying for
the first time.
John

3) From: Rick Farris
John wrote:
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John!  This is a family newsgroup!  I think all this thong talk is going to
your head...
-- Rick
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4) From: John Abbott
Opps - got them on wrong side up again - no kidding :O)


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