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Mustard and Herb Rubbed Rack of Goat

  This is the quick approach from Bruce Weinstein & Marc Scarborough and their GREAT cookbook, Goat.  Wonderful recipes and fun to read as they have a great sense of humor as well.  Another good option for the racks is the slow roast approach, resulting in meat that falls off the bone. Adjusted a bit […]

Slow Grilled Ribs with Chris’* Great Rub

from Mark Bittman’s How to Cook Everything On the grill or in the oven…delicious!  Bittman says, “You can make these faster and easier (see oven variation) but – at home at least – I don’t think you can make them any better.” *Chris Schlesinger, author of the Thrill of the Grill.   Tablespoon salt 2 […]

Balsamic Glazed Goat Ribs

  This recipe is from a chef in Austin, highlighted in the Edible Austin magazine and sounds like a delightful way to go.  We have been treating them like we do pork ribs, adding a great rub and then slow cooking them in the oven for a few hours.   Another option from Windy Hill […]

Slow Roasted Goat Ribs with Black Raspberry BBQ Sauce

from Losing Creek Farm Bring a rack of ribs up to room temperature. Preheat oven to 450 degrees F. Slice a fresh clove of garlic and wipe cut side all over ribs.  You may cook the garlic slices in slits in the fat if desired. Place ribs on rack in a broiler pan or other […]

How to Cook Goat Ribs

by Christopher Godwin Goat ribs, though not as common as pork or beef ribs, have a succulent, rich flavor that is often compared to rack of lamb, but slightly gamier. Serve cooked goat ribs with a bold red wine like Shiraz or cabernet sauvignon 2 lbs. goat ribs Extra virgin olive oil, for brushing Melted […]