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Seven Hour Leg of Goat

Ok, it sounds like a big commitment, but really the oven does most of the work and makes for a delightful holiday or just special weekend meal. The recipe below was shared by NPR and it is quite similar to the one in Weinstein & Scarborough’s Book, Goat.  Though they have much more fun commentary on […]

The Leg of Goat nearly done!

Roasted Goat Loin

These are small (3/4 -1 lb each) but a treat and really offer 2 different meals.   The bone-in goat loin roasts are essentially the goat tenderloin, but still on the bone . A goat sized T-bone, but not cut into steaks. The loins can be roasted whole as a quick cook, then cut the […]

goat loin roasted and cut

Mexican Jalisco Style Goat Stew

Also called Goat Birria in some recipes. We adapted this recipe from one in Saveur magazine.  Their recipe may have a stronger pepper flavor, which I think might be excellent.  I was a bit short on time and the right peppers to make the pepper sauce element so adapted based on what was in our […]

mexican goat stew with fresh cilantro

Cabrito (Goat) Tacos

This was super popular at our first Taco Night and with fresh salsa season coming to an end, we have been having ALL sorts of tacos. Below is the recipe for the Cabrito or Goat Tacos, add to that some of our hot sauce, fresh salsa, spinach, onions and/braised chard..yum!  Perhaps make a whole taco […]

Goat Tacos

Coyotes, Cancellations, Culvert + Compressor = the Terrible Cs!

Listen to the spectacularly haunting chorus for yourself! I sat straight up in bed, alerted Laura (who has “activator” on her top 5 list of strengths). She and Uno were out the door in seconds. Validating our sense that the coyote were VERY close, the calls ended abruptly with the lights switching on and click […]

Darienne pulling laura from culvert pesky goats

Saag Gosht

  We’ve been hearing the description of this recipe for a few years from one of our Farm Share members and it always sounds so good.  Now here it is, just in time for the ongoing abundance of greens!  Thanks to Molly for the recipe and photos! This is a recipe I’ve adapted from a […]

Saag gosht goat green stew  from Molly

Roast Leg of Goat with Lemon and Herbs

From Living with Goats With the weather going up and down a nice slow roasted leg of goat sounds great!  And leftovers could go into tacos if it gets too warm. Ingredients 1 leg of goat (3-4 lbs) 6 cloves of garlic 1/3 cup olive oil or other fat coarse salt & ground pepper 1/4 cup […]

roast leg of goat

Red-Wine Braised Shanks (Goat or Lamb)

Contributed by Jeremy Silansky, chef and currently General Manager of Skinny Pancake to Food and Wine Magazine for their How to Eat like a Localvore article a few years ago.  Another good shank recipe (adpated to use lard or other fat and frozen or canned tomatoes) is Forageddish’s  Harissa Goat Shanks with Carrots, Tomatoes & squash puree!   He […]

red wine braised lamb shanks from food and wine

Greek Goat Shanks

from  Marlene Parris, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette “For best results, use an enameled cast iron Dutch oven to ensure even cooking and browning. When done, the meat will be brown, glistening and falling-off-the-bone tender. Serve with polenta or garlic mashed potatoes. You can make this a day in advance. Refrigerate the shanks and vegetables in a separate […]

greek goat shanks

Donna’s Goat Stew

This recipe is from Donna Farley what she crafted together into a lovely goat stew from farm goods.  We fortunately got to taste it and it was really delicious!   Green Mountain Girls Farm Goat Stew 2lb Goat Stew Meat (or cut up goat meat from another cut) Salt & pepper 4T fat (I used […]

1-Goat Stew photo