Yes, its been a while. No, I haven't forgotten about my blog. Actually, I've been cooking at a break-neck pace lately and occasionally taken pictures. Alas, I just haven't really sat down to post about anything. Shameful I know, but I'll try and get caught up. In the meantime, I had an awesome lazy food moment last weekend during the Bama vs LSU game and I figured you should know about it:

I figured some of you guys might appreciate this. I used this to great effect last weekend when I cooked for a football party. It's a stupidly easy curry to prepare since you really don't have to prepare much of anything.

What you need:

About 3 pounds of goat meat (I buy at halal markets so it's still got the bone, but it'll separate in a crock pot, don't worry) but you can substitute with lamb or beef if you can't find goat.
Three onions, finely chopped
Seven cloves of garlic, crushed and minced
1 can of coconut milk (about 1 2/3 cup)
1 cup chicken stock
4-6 tbsp curry powder
2 cups frozen peas OR 2 cups diced potato, whichever you like
6-12 chili peppers, dried & crushed

Mix your onions and 1 tbsp of curry powder and set in the crock pot for an hour, then come back and add your goat, the rest of the curry powder, coconut milk, chicken stock, and chili pepper, then let cook for another four hours, stirring it up every hour or so. Come back and add the peas and garlic, and let cook for another two hours.

You can serve this with either jasmine or basmati rice, or if you want to be traditional, some naan or roti. It's great either way.

Make sure you have some IPA or a good lager on hand when you eat. Very tasty party food.