I'd like regular ancestral cooking emails!
We are so quickly habituated to eating what is culturally ‘normal’. Goat, in other, non-European parts of the world (and even in Europe just a few generations ago) was normal. Goats are used extensively in dairy farming and to a great extent their meat is wasted.
I wish we as a society, could take off our cultural glasses and look beyond what’s presented on the supermarket shelves.
Here’s my tuppenceworth (is that just and English-ism?!): Goat stew. The meat was fresh that day. I added lots of onions and cabbage and some left-over fermented lemons. It was cooked overnight in the slow cooker.
Thank you @aziendaagricolapodereruggeri