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Ive had Goat,

 

in Jamaica Curried Goat is common and popular and delicious

 

at least the few times ive tried it.

 

I went to an ethnic market in and ethic area of Boston , and looked for goat.

 

they had so many interring things in their meat section.

 

I asked for goat , and the manager took me back and opened a Fz box of goat , and band sawed me

 

some ribs and shoulders  hunks.   I BBQed the ribs and the shoulder.

 

it was very full flavored .  my labrador at the time , Ridge 

 

kept a full vigil at the Weber for quite some time.

 

it was too intense for me , at that time.

 

the neighborhood in question , no longer has that very large ethnic market

 

a crying shame , w Parking !

 

its been gentrified and has a plain vanilla very large 

 

WhileFoods.

 

O.o

 

My sister used to live in Tx.

 

there  Goat , very young , < 1 year 

 

perhaps cabritto

 

is a delicacy for those who appreciated.

 

that  Id love to try

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12 hours ago, Ann_T said:

...from a local farmer. 

That's the way I buy lamb, or goat—if I can find it.

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