Discussion in 'The Bar' started by dawg, Mar 28, 2012.
Someone told me Monk is the second most boring poster here
I would like some clarification
Yeah, it's kinda greasy...
I got nuttin on Dawgs mutton.
It has a nasty odor to it. You have to wash and clean the meat really good and season it abit to get rid of the smell.
Yes, it's good. I'm sure AcidLad will be along shortly to comment. He'd be the one to talk to . . . they use every part of the sheep in New Zealand if you know what I mean.
that looks goooooood
Nuttin for Mutton
A long time ago I was with friends in Greektown (in Detroit) and they had lamb cooking on rotisseries in the window. I told my friend it was dog and that it was a Greek delicacy. He marched into the place and asked the guys inside if they were really dogs.
So now when you go to Korea town he'll think he is eating lamb.
In my opinion, the best mutton in the world is the barbecued mutton at the Moonlite Cafe in Owensboro, KY. I go there every time I go to Owensboro, and it's incredible. You can get take-out, but it's much better to eat there. First, the midget maitre d' seats you - that and the people who are in there make you feel like you're Hunter Thompson in a David Lynch movie - then you can go to the all-you-can eat buffet and get your mutton, lots of it, and you can douse it in all kinds of tangy sauces too. AND, you can get Kentucky Burgoo, but alas, it is only has conventional meats in it - no squirrel or possum Great eatin'!
I used to go to a Mediterranean place for lunch occasionally. No beef; chicken, fish, or mutton. So I tried the mutton a few times, ans it really wasn't bad, but it still kinda made me feel icky... I love the shit out of some gyros, though...