Camels anyone??

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8x57

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Bugger trying to drag one of them, or lifting it on the hook in the garage from the back of the car.
There should be a bit of meat on the neck though for stews.:lol:
 

Gunner

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Bugger trying to drag one of them, or lifting it on the hook in the garage from the back of the car. There should be a bit of meat on the neck though for stews.:lol:

Just call in the chinook and undersling it. I guess one of them would need a very long slow cook in a casserole or it could be a bit leathery! Range stew anyone?
 

goathunter1

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T.E. Lawrence mentions eating them fairly regularly, but, as I recall, they were all young. I dont particularly want to plough through "Seven Pillars" to check.
 

rick6point5

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they taste ok young, bit chewy when older, but the best bit and a delicacy is the actual hump!! they go down easy enough with a decent shot though.
 

bewsher500

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I would eat that!

there was a celebrity chef in Morocco who filled his tagine going round the market.
the camel butcher provided the meat and as said it was the hump.
lots of fat in the meat, reacts well to long slow tagine cooking in the coals of the local steam bath.
 
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