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Can someone here show me how to make the best Latin goat stew?, my mother always used to make it when i was little now i live to far from home and wanna learn how to make it on my own please help me out guys i have try a few time but is missing that magic touch maybe someone in here can put the icing on the cake for me. thanks
 

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Wish I could help. Goat is an underrated meat, the few times I've cooked it I did it with an African influence. Last month at Salt Lake City's Living Traditions festival I got some goat stew that was REALLY good, but again African style.

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Stew recipes are for the most part family specific.
You don't have even one living relative who can talk you thru this?

mimi

This is a huge reason we need to get these family favorites down in writing before they die out.
You don't have to go to the trouble to put together an actual cookbook just jot them down and keep them in a folder.
IMO .

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This august i m heading on a road trip to visit the family down in New York and trust me i m writing down all the recipe believe or not traditional recipe are priceless. at the age of 33 I learn to love my family and also all the traditional activity, personally I think we should all feel the same way enjoy the circle of life because is to short.. now start your stove and let the cooking begin Mmmmm..

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This august i m heading on a road trip to visit the family down in New York and trust me i m writing down all the recipe believe or not traditional recipe are priceless. at the age of 33 I learn to love my family and also all the traditional activity, personally I think we should all feel the same way enjoy the circle of life because is to short.. now start your stove and let the cooking begin Mmmmm..

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Yes! Get those family recipes written down!

I've never gotten over the fact that neither my sister or I could find our mother's spattered, handwritten cookbook after she died. We grew up eating Hungarian walnut and poppyseed rolls at Christmas and the recipe she, her sisters, her mother, and her mother's mother all used is lost. So are the palacsinta, chicken paprikash, & stuffed pepper recipes. For some weird reason, none of them ever really made goulash. 
 
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