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    It makes a damn good ghosht curry.

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    Mmmmmmmmmmm....yeah.

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    ...and if you make a deal with the devil, he'll give you an awesome goat guitar, and teach you to play it like Steve Vai.

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    Nah, he'll put you in the charlie daniels band.

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    Cabrito fricase====Possibly my favorite thing, after elk and bison.

    Got a link to a recipe instead of copying my grandma's

    http://www.dollarman.com/puertorico/kidstew.html

    NB. Goat is cabro. In Puerto Rico they use cabrito. A cabro or if a big one, cabron, is a cuckold. They are careful about tossing that word about.

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    I loooooooooove goat cheese on top of grilled chicken. so good


    Yes, to dance beneath the diamond sky with one hand waving free
    Silhouetted by the sea, circled by the circus sands
    With all memory and fate driven deep beneath the waves
    Let me forget about today until tomorrow

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    The local specialty in Monterrey, Mexico is spit-roasted cabrito. Los Fresnos' offers every part of the little tike on the menu. So far it's all good. I've yet to order the head, but the meat is super tender and tasty. They also make a great soup out of the skin and some of the organs; I highly recommend trying goat no matter where you are.

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    Chevon - my favorite meat!!! I have some goat chops in the freezer, will have to try the grilled chops with Harissa.

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