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    Growing up we ate "Bar-b-que" quite often and it came as a shock to me when I discovered that what we called Bar-b-que most called "Sloppy Joes"! I guess I can thank my Grandmother not only for the recipe but also for our PA Dutch roots that named our dish. I was diagnosed with a condition called "Gastroparesis" as an adult and as a result had to drastically change my diet, part of it meaning hunting for a meat that is very low in fat, easy to digest and high in essential nutrients and I found goat meat. At first I was scared... we are talking "goat" here, but I braved it and got some ground goat and used it to make our old family favorite. Not only did it taste great, but it was very gentle on my paralyzed digestive tract! In deference to the rest of the nation I have renamed out PA Dutch Bar-b-que as a Sloppy Joe and am sharing with you the version made with ground goat. (You can, of course, use any ground meat in this recipe, but if you are brave enough to try goat you will get a pleasant suprise and your heart will thank you!)

    Recipe #441045

    Made with 'second day chili' (everyone knows chili is best the second day) this is a delicious way to eat a chili dog in a new way! When I was a child we used to make hotdogs this way from time to time (especially when there were no hotdog buns in the house but we had hamburger buns) and I discovered one day that it is a perfect platform for a heaping helping of chili! Eaten with a fork, this is one chilidog that attempts to step onto the good china :)

    Recipe #441044


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