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Grilling baby goat with chimichurri in the foothills of the Andes

post #1 of 8
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Meat: Baby Goat (kid) about 7 or 8 kilograms

Wood: Quebracho

Charcoal: Natural lump charcoal

Condiment: Chimichurri & salt

Cooking time: 3 hours +

Grill type: Standard brick grill

Location: Cordoba, Argentina

 

post #2 of 8

Way to go:yahoo:.I love it great work ,lovely scenery.Thats one hell of a first post.:439:.

Looking forward to your next post.

Drinking anything special with that goat.Local malbec?

post #3 of 8
Thread Starter 

The Malbec is produced in Mendoza which is a bit removed from Cordoba.  The local drink is FERNET BRANCA mixed with COCA COLA which is a bitter liqueur that also serves as a digestive cocktail (much needed after the numerous barbecues).  This is the drink of choice at least in this province.

post #4 of 8

I missed this - very, very nice! Great job man!  2thumbs.gif

post #5 of 8
Very neat....looks good!




~Martin
post #6 of 8

IL Bastone

 

Very nice cooked goat.Goat is on my to do list but Colombians are not real open to change so I have not done one yet.The few goat herds around here locally are milk goats the farmers think they are worth gold.I will sneak one in and cook it some day it will be my surprise hahahahahaha

 

Would you possibly want to share your chimichurri recipe? looks like it is a true local recipe.

 

Dan

post #7 of 8

My God this looks terrific!!!

 

Fantastic to see!

 

Cheers!! - Leah

post #8 of 8
Thread Starter 


Sunflower oil (gauchos didn't have Olive oil at hand back in the day)

Red wine vinegar

Fresh flat leaf parsley (not curly)

Fresh garlic

Salt

White pepper

Oregano (dried - optional)

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