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Old 01-12-2014, 02:55 PM   #51
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Hell, you're right around the corner - I'll let you know next time I make some so you can come get a plate!
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Old 01-12-2014, 08:55 PM   #52
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Default Myth Busted! - Rams are delicious to eat!!

Killed an aoudad and tried eating it. No thank you. The only animal I have given away in my life and since I have 0 desire to kill pasture goats I doubt I'll ever have any ram meat ever again

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Old 01-12-2014, 10:07 PM   #53
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Looks great!
Ram and aoudad are good eating
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Old 01-13-2014, 02:00 AM   #54
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Man that looks good. I'm going to have to try that out on a whitetail...thanks for posting.
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Old 01-13-2014, 02:43 AM   #55
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Wish my computer screen was scratch and sniff (or scratch and lick)!
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Recipe looks great!!! Thanks for sharing...
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Old 01-13-2014, 06:23 AM   #57
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Even though the orzo looks like maggots, which were the only thing that I thought would eat ram meat ... I MIGHT try this, just to say I gave it my best shot.

I'm still a bit hesitant. If it is so good, why didn't you use one of your regular roasters instead of the disposable one? Momma wouldn't let you ruin a good roasting pan?
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Old 01-13-2014, 06:27 AM   #58
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SO you are going to eat an aluminum pan at the end???
Now that is FUNNY
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Thank you for sharing, I most certainly will be trying this!!
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Old 01-13-2014, 09:20 AM   #61
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Old 01-13-2014, 09:39 AM   #62
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Even though the orzo looks like maggots, which were the only thing that I thought would eat ram meat ... I MIGHT try this, just to say I gave it my best shot.

I'm still a bit hesitant. If it is so good, why didn't you use one of your regular roasters instead of the disposable one? Momma wouldn't let you ruin a good roasting pan?
Ha! The reason I'm using a disposable pan is because I don't have a good pan that is large enough. I'm going to be purchasing a really large Mauviel pan here really soon for just these types of dishes.

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Old 02-06-2014, 10:51 PM   #63
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looks great!
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Old 02-06-2014, 11:35 PM   #65
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...BIG difference between a "Mouflan or other goat like ram and a Sheep like ram such as an Aoudad. The "goat" family is pretty good table fare. The "sheep" family... NO THANK YOU! I tried several recipes to try to make aoudad edible and was never successful. My wife's favorite iron skillet stunk so bad after we tried to cook some in it, we eventually threw it away after we could not get the smell out of it. We tried everything. You guys that like it, wear yourselves out. But as for me and my family, we will never have it in my house again.
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Old 02-07-2014, 12:07 AM   #66
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Aoudad is not fit to feed my dogs. Tried it many ways and it will ruin the ice chest you age it in. Never tried any of these others but Ill stick to other critters.
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Old 05-09-2014, 12:14 PM   #67
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Had to go back and look this one up. I have a couple deer roasts thawing out that I am going to try this with.
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gonna have to try this.
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Old 05-09-2014, 01:07 PM   #69
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...BIG difference between a "Mouflan or other goat like ram and a Sheep like ram such as an Aoudad. The "goat" family is pretty good table fare. The "sheep" family... NO THANK YOU! I tried several recipes to try to make aoudad edible and was never successful. My wife's favorite iron skillet stunk so bad after we tried to cook some in it, we eventually threw it away after we could not get the smell out of it. We tried everything. You guys that like it, wear yourselves out. But as for me and my family, we will never have it in my house again.
you have your families backwards.. the mouflon is a member of the sheep family and the aoudad is classified as a caprid or bovidae, meaning that they are more aligned to the Goat-antelope family


i have eaten several aoudad, never had one smell up the pan in the slightest. actually a pretty mild flavor on each i have eaten.
much milder than whitetail, with the exception of the burger. the burger has a more lamb like flavor to it.


i would have to think they meat you ate was bad to begin with,
how did you handle it and how long was it till you got it on ice or in a cooler.

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Gonna try this. Thanks for sharing, going on a Mouflon hunt next weekend.
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Old 05-09-2014, 01:38 PM   #71
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so you are going to eat an aluminum pan at the end???
lol :d
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Old 05-09-2014, 01:40 PM   #72
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Dad killed a Rocky Mountain Big Horn sheep a few years ago. He had it done into snack stics and it was excellent.
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Old 05-09-2014, 01:48 PM   #73
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Thanks for the recipe. I will for sure try it with hogs and deer. Goats make good jerky!
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Old 05-09-2014, 01:52 PM   #74
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Use lots of ketchup!
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Old 05-09-2014, 01:53 PM   #75
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What the OP says is true. I learned this over 30 years ago when I shot a nice Mouflon ram which I still look at every day above my living room fireplace.
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Old 05-09-2014, 01:58 PM   #76
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This recipe will work on Rams, Chupacabra, and Unicorns
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Dad killed a Rocky Mountain Big Horn sheep a few years ago. He had it done into snack stics and it was excellent.
Bighorn is very, very good tasting. Nothing at all like nasty aoudad or farm animal sheep. I expected mine to taste bad, but I was shocked at how good it was. It tasted like axis, only not quite as tender. I wish I could shoot 3 or 4 of them every year.

Aoudad make cool looking mounts, but coyotes won't even eat the carcasses.
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I'll stick to believing the "myth".
Me too.

People say chitlins taste good, but I'll never know. Anything that smells like that, I ain't eating.
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Yak. Buzzard meat!!!!
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This looks tasty!!! I killed a corsican about a month ago and decided to take the backstrap and try it out. I'm not too fond on the idea of killing something and not eating it especially with a game animal. If it tastes bad, well I won't hunt for that animal again. Rodents, hogs and predators are a different story. I personally eat hogs I shoot bc I like it, but they're a problem animal so I don't get too bent out of shape if people don't eat em. Anyways, I cooked that backstrap the same as I would a deer and my wife and I both agreed that it was the best game animal I've ever cooked. To me, it gives the liberals and anti-hunting maniacs more ammo against us if we're hunting just for the killing and trophy aspect. I love the trophy and the thrill of the kill the most, but it's only right to eat it. Props to the OP on this recipe. Hopefully more people will see it and give it a try.
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Oh and chitlins tastes like complete crap.... literally.
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This looks tasty!!! I killed a corsican about a month ago and decided to take the backstrap and try it out. I'm not too fond on the idea of killing something and not eating it especially with a game animal. If it tastes bad, well I won't hunt for that animal again. Rodents, hogs and predators are a different story. I personally eat hogs I shoot bc I like it, but they're a problem animal so I don't get too bent out of shape if people don't eat em. Anyways, I cooked that backstrap the same as I would a deer and my wife and I both agreed that it was the best game animal I've ever cooked. To me, it gives the liberals and anti-hunting maniacs more ammo against us if we're hunting just for the killing and trophy aspect. I love the trophy and the thrill of the kill the most, but it's only right to eat it. Props to the OP on this recipe. Hopefully more people will see it and give it a try.

Rodents. I've killed a pile of them. Black and white with spiral horns!!!

As far as all that other I don't subscribe to the thought that if it is not consumed by humans it's wasted. Lots of little critters will enjoy a carcass. Lots of em.
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if you cook it uncovered first, how do you keep the herbs from burning at such a high heat? i can see covering it so that the flavor infuses into the meat, but burning it will give it a bitter taste in areas where it chars.

The broth will knock a lot of the flavor of the meat out with the garlic and beef stock, so it is kind of masking the actual taste of the meat.
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Had to go back and look this one up. I have a couple deer roasts thawing out that I am going to try this with.
Brother, you do this recipe with a venison leg, and your whole family will be fighting over even the bone afterwards!

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when we go on the hunt in July, you will see that I will be at the skinning station, claiming every single leg that somebody doesn't want!

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i would have to think they meat you ate was bad to begin with,
how did you handle it and how long was it till you got it on ice or in a cooler.
This ^^^^^

it is so much less about the animal, than it is about how you take care of the meat.

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This looks tasty!!! I killed a corsican about a month ago and decided to take the backstrap and try it out. I'm not too fond on the idea of killing something and not eating it especially with a game animal. If it tastes bad, well I won't hunt for that animal again. Rodents, hogs and predators are a different story. I personally eat hogs I shoot bc I like it, but they're a problem animal so I don't get too bent out of shape if people don't eat em. Anyways, I cooked that backstrap the same as I would a deer and my wife and I both agreed that it was the best game animal I've ever cooked. To me, it gives the liberals and anti-hunting maniacs more ammo against us if we're hunting just for the killing and trophy aspect. I love the trophy and the thrill of the kill the most, but it's only right to eat it. Props to the OP on this recipe. Hopefully more people will see it and give it a try.
Thank you - I hope you and your family enjoy the recipe, and many great meals to come!

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if you cook it uncovered first, how do you keep the herbs from burning at such a high heat? i can see covering it so that the flavor infuses into the meat, but burning it will give it a bitter taste in areas where it chars.

The broth will knock a lot of the flavor of the meat out with the garlic and beef stock, so it is kind of masking the actual taste of the meat.
all very legitimate concerns. To address them:

1. I only cook it uncovered for the first 30 minutes, to put a nice little brown color on it.

2. since it is cover the rest of the time, none of the herbs burn, and there is no bitter taste to worry about.

3. although the stock does add a certain character into the finished product, it does not take away from the natural taste of the meat, and make it seem masked, as you had said.
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Old 05-11-2014, 02:43 PM   #86
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This went in the oven at noon, plan on eating about 6 or 7 this evening. House is already smelling great.
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Took a trip to an undeveloped part of the world and ate pretty much nothin' but mutton for a month. It looks good when you do it but I really have lost my taste for it.
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Well now you've given me a very good reason to go on an aoudad hunt...
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This went in the oven at noon, plan on eating about 6 or 7 this evening. House is already smelling great.
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I'd rather spend the effort on some Brisket and BB ribs.
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This went in the oven at noon, plan on eating about 6 or 7 this evening. House is already smelling great.
Let us know how it goes. I'm wanting to try this out.
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Old 05-11-2014, 04:35 PM   #92
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Old 05-11-2014, 04:40 PM   #93
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Looks awesome I will have to try this. Bet it would work with a javelina also lol
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Old 05-11-2014, 06:26 PM   #94
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Pre orzo. I put some garlic cloves in before it went in the oven and also put some mushrooms in with the orzo. This is NOT aoudad but a neck roast from a 250lb Oklahoma whitetail.
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Well, I have to say that there is no "Myth" anymore for me! I followed this recipe to the "T" (except for the dried cayenne peppers, couldn't find them last night at wally world). Started it at 11:30 last night, got up at 4 this morning to add the pasta, and it was done this morning at 6:20. I used one of the hams off a Corsican Ram I just harvested at Thompson Temple's Ranch two weekends ago. Brought it to the office this morning and EVERYONE loved it! I'll admit, I wasn't expecting great results but I was pleasantly surprised! VERY awesome recipe... Thanks Sneaky!
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Starting up another batch!!

Had a phenomenal weekend with some of the finest folks the GS has to offer down at Thompson Temple Ranch, and ended up depositing 9 hams and 3 shoulders into the freezer, along with 30 lbs of backstrap and assorted stew meat for the crock pot. After aging it all on ice for 7 days, it's all in the freezer now, and is definitely over 100lbs of meat! This shoulder got trimmed up and is roasting now!
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Well, I have to say that there is no "Myth" anymore for me! I followed this recipe to the "T" (except for the dried cayenne peppers, couldn't find them last night at wally world). Started it at 11:30 last night, got up at 4 this morning to add the pasta, and it was done this morning at 6:20. I used one of the hams off a Corsican Ram I just harvested at Thompson Temple's Ranch two weekends ago. Brought it to the office this morning and EVERYONE loved it! I'll admit, I wasn't expecting great results but I was pleasantly surprised! VERY awesome recipe... Thanks Sneaky!
Dude, I'm so happy you tried this recipe and enjoyed it!
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Looks awesome I will have to try this. Bet it would work with a javelina also lol
I haven't had the pleasure of hunting javi's yet, but I'm sure it will come out delicious!
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And on the 6th day God said......"Oh crap! we ran out of human tastebuds....give some of those last few humans the leftover coyote taste buds......somebody has to eat the goats and sheep in this world"......
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And on the 6th day God said......"Oh crap! we ran out of human tastebuds....give some of those last few humans the leftover coyote taste buds......somebody has to eat the goats and sheep in this world"......
And by "somebody", god clearly meant the entire populations of the Mediterranean, Middle East, UK, Australia, the Caribbean, etc.
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