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    Posted: 06 September 2012 at 01:59
This is one of my fav version by the doyen of British cooks, if you want to make it a bit more cheffy  rest the cooked dish overnight remove the cooked ox tails and gently ease the tubes of meat of the bone, tie four tubes together with a strip of blanched green leek and reheat gently the centre to plate and spoon the hot gravy around.
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Pork Pie,
 
Thanks so much for posting Delia´s  Oxtail dish.
 
I am quite a fan of her´s as well as Jaime Oliver.
 
Shall give it a try during Corridas ( bull fighting season ) ...
 
It combines a real León, Castilla León touch with the alubias ( white beans = northern or navy beans ) or cannelli beans in Italian.
 
Thanks for posting and your contribution.
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I had a chance to get stewed oxtail today, but I got BBQ instead. So many good choices...
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Melissa,
 
How have u prepared your BBQ ribs ? Pork or beef or a mixture ?
 
Do you have a special sauce or salsa ?
 
Have lovely wkend.
Hope u have had a super summer.
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I actually bought these, from the local Dominican place. They came with yellow rice and were delicious. I keep hoping to be there on a day when they have their goat stew, which I hear is great.
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Good Afternoon Melissa,
 
Kid (goat) stew is quite tasty. Have had lovely tender roast whole kid with a crisp exterior and melt in your mouth interior over in Jaraque, Guadalajara, Spain, which is about 50 km. from Madrid Capital; where it is the specialty of this ancient fortressed village.  
 
Domincanos have a great fondness for it too, as well as Puerto Ricanos.
 
Have you ever prepared it ? I have the Jadraque Recipe and an Extremaduran kid stew one if you are interested, I could post them this weekend.
 
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No. I've only eaten goat twice, as Indian food, but it was good,
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Melissa,
 
Yes, Daikon mentioned it is often found in Indian regional cuisines.
 
I have  had Kid Roast several times, and truly enjoyed it. 
 
I have had Kid Stew, and I truly preferred the Roast.
 
I know Jamaicans, Caribbean Island Peoples and Africans employ goat in their local cuisines.
 
In Spain, it is most common in the two regions I had mentioned; Jadraque, Guadalajara which is 50 kilometres from Madrid Capital and in parts of Extremadura, which is 3 hours via jeep or Express Coach ( Long Distance Bus ) from Madrid south west.
 
Cattle consume a tremendous amount of grazing pasture land grasses & herbs & flora, and thus, goats and sheep do not; and the Mediterranean is quite arid and dry; thus, ewe and goats were much more the common bill of fare ... However, beef, especially Steak ( rib eye) and Oxtail are big business here now too.  
 
Ground beef is a common product for stuffing eggplants, zucchini, bell peppers and grape leaves ( parra in Spanish and Dolmades in Greece ).
 
Well, off to prepare an iced Espresso.
 
Have nice Sunday.
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Have nice Sunday.
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