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Reply #30 - Apr 17th, 2021 at 11:18am

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Kevvie wrote on Apr 17th, 2021 at 10:09am:
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Talking to Lesley about having a drive out and getting some meat at the butcher you mentioned.
Anyway while we were talking I mentioned about having something called a pumped leg of mutton. Had it many years ago. Have you or anyone heard of it. I remember it turned out something like ham I think.
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Murray cooked a leg of lamb not that long back that he got from his local butcher.

Pretty hard to get mutton these days

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Reply #31 - Apr 17th, 2021 at 1:23pm

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I see on the ABC program Landline one day they were saying a lot of mutton (I think processed) was being sent over seas.
In the earlier days I enjoyed mutton.
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Mutton stewing chops were a cheap meal for sure.
 

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Some times you cook stewing chop  it tastes like they could be from older lamb.
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If you want some think with a bit more taste  than lamb.  Then ask the butcher if he has any 2 tooth lamb or sometimes called hogget.
 

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HI Brian
Thanks for that info. Is that between Lamb and Mutton?
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Kevvie wrote on Apr 17th, 2021 at 8:51pm:
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Thanks for that info. Is that between Lamb and Mutton?
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Reply #37 - Apr 17th, 2021 at 9:05pm

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Thanks I will look out for it.
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Pull one of the pickled pork shoulders out of the freezer and cooked it to day, did the sane as a piece of pickled silverside.

Tasted nice for home pickled but too much fat around for me. Good to cook with the fat for flavour but not to eat. Meat was very nice.

 
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I found a piece of pickled pork in Woolies the other day, at $16 kilo I did not buy. I think this rolled shoulder cost around $6 kilo so a big price difference. Cheers Robert
 
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