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The life and times of the one and only Mr Joshua D Dogg, Esq. Born 30 May 1996 in Dunedin, New Zealand.

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Josh points out to the sheep that the blue marking on their heads means that they're being fattened up for Xmas dinner..
5th Jun 2007, 10:39  


Sprocket says:

oh, that's just mean

6th Jun 2007, 15:17

taniwha says:

Do they still sell mutton in New Zealand. We ate pounds of it as kids but can't get it in teh UK.

6th Jun 2007, 15:50

hildegard says:

You can get really good mutton in the UK, the market's been developing for awhile now, but you need to go to a proper butcher or order it on the net.

6th Jun 2007, 16:01

taniwha says:

Really? Our local Carribean restaurant sells it ... but suspect it's goat.

6th Jun 2007, 16:06

clairek111 says:

I think you can still get mutton over there... I even saw Gordon Ramsay cook with it once so we must be able to get it in the UK somewhere... surely!

Hmmm... mutton pies!

6th Jun 2007, 16:10

jc1000000 says:

Mmm PIES! I like pie.

6th Jun 2007, 16:13

taniwha says:

I think that it might be a "ask your butcher" buy.

6th Jun 2007, 16:13

hildegard says:

Try ringing a couple of the farmers on this page;
Most of them do farmer's markets, some supply shops, some do mail order. Lamb is what they tend to push at the moment, but if you ask, I'm sure they can point you at some of the good stuff...

6th Jun 2007, 16:31

clairek111 says:

... as long as they don't pass it off as dog. Josh wouldn't be impressed...

6th Jun 2007, 17:31

Rach(rachkelly1-at-gmail-dot-com) says:

Um - these are actually hoggets, which means that they're a year old already. Mutton is widely available here in NZ but hogget tastes better!

6th Jun 2007, 22:13

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