Get Yer Goat: A new meat on American menus.
Say the word “goat” and most Americans picture a horned cartoon with a taste for tin cans. But what we Americans don’t get about goat–and the rest of the world does–is that goat is also delicious. At least that’s what Twin Falls chef Lynn Sheehan says.
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[HOST INTRO] This is Edible Idaho with Guy Hand, celebrating 2011: The Year of Idaho Food. (4:00 to soc out)
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(Cartoon in background) Hand: Say the word “goat” and most of us can’t help but think of a horned cartoon with a taste for tin cans. After all, every cartoon character from Minnie Mouse to Homer Simpson has had their run-ins with goats. (Cartoon: Hold on Billy Boy; you all ain’t got no more table manners than a blue nose mule.) Even when goat’s get good press—when they eat invasive weeds, for instance—they’re still linked to tin cans and cartoons. What we Americans don’t get about goat—and the rest of the world does—is that the goat is also delicious. (Sheehan: There we go.) At...
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