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 Post subject: Re: Kudu or Gemsbok?
PostPosted: Tue Jul 19, 2016 11:19 pm 
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my butcher advised that unless it is a very fat animal it is best not to cut tbones.


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Jou slagter is reg!

Taai T bone is 'n teleurstelling...maar die sirloin wat jy uitsny en goed marineer is n wenner.

Ek het dit die naweek weer verorber!!

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 20, 2016 8:24 am 
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Julle manne moet asb vir Sean op die regte pad hou, hy is my buurman en ons kuier gereeld oor en weer dus wil ek nie slegte vleis eet as ek daar gaan kuier :laugh: ::) 8) :-X :-X :-X

Julle kan hom maar in Afrikaans antwoord, hy is beter Afrikaans sprekend as meeste Afrikaners in SA, hy hou hom nou net windgat met die ingels pratery O0

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Is maar net ordentlik ;D


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 20, 2016 11:49 am 
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Viking wrote:
ruaanb wrote:
my butcher advised that unless it is a very fat animal it is best not to cut tbones.


Ruaanb
Jou slagter is reg!

Taai T bone is 'n teleurstelling...maar die sirloin wat jy uitsny en goed marineer is n wenner.

Ek het dit die naweek weer verorber!!


Spesiale plasing vir die manne wat wil lippe aflek - jy sal nie weer die rugstringe op 'n ander manier gebruik nie!!

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 20, 2016 5:57 pm 
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Baie dankie Menere
Ek sien uit daarna om bogenoemde resep te probeer.
My mond water sommer...

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 21, 2016 8:29 pm 
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Asked butcher to cut like he would a sheep. Never had better braai and cooking cuts like that. Will be doing it from now on every time. We shoot for the table

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Asked butcher to cut like he would a sheep. Never had better braai and cooking cuts like that. Will be doing it from now on every time. We shoot for the table

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Ek stem dat jy wild moet gebruik net soos enige ander vleis maar daar is wel n ander manier om dit voor te berei met tye.
Wens ek het geweet hoe ons voorvaders dit gedoen het.
Seker meeste in vet gebraai.

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