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On Sunday a neighbour dropped by with take away, in the evening we had leftover soup and rolls (soup ingredients so from a real junk food project, as were the rolls).

Today I had a governors meeting which included a buffet lunch, then this evening just as I'd started with the hoovering I was invited for a bbq with some Libyans. It was awesome, they do some brilliant food including potato with a crispy coat stuffed with beef mince.
permalink My memory of Libyan food
is endless variations on goat, although to be fair, we were out in the middle of nowhere in the desert. Camel was nice though, in a slightly horsey sort of way
permalink I had camel sausage
at an extravagant Xmas Eve bash in Fez in Morocco some years ago. Fucking delicious it was. Yes, a bit horsey, but also a hint of goat.
permalink two of my favourite meats
i have to try this..
permalink It was very nice, as Pxy says, a slightly gamier horse
And not just cos we'd been on a steady diet of goat for a few weeks. One of the field crew had to make a dash back to town to grab some parts, and came back with some camel as a treat.