Cooking with kid: A goat’s journey from hoof to plate, tongue to tail

What happens when a former vegetarian learns to cook meat by working through an entire goat, piece by piece? This page, an index to Joanna’s ongoing “Cooking with kid” series, gives a visual overview of the results to date, along with links to the posts that describe the process. See also the introduction to the series.

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The dishes


Stew with leftover birria

Birria

Schnitzel
Loin steak
Steak

Ribs

Corn & beans with bacon
meals_smoked_goat_ham
Smoked ham (multiple meals)
Adobo hocks
Adobo
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Groundnut stew
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Koftas
meal_ground_burger
Burgers
meal_ground_taco
Tacos
meal_loin_kabobs
Grilled kabobs
meal_tenderloi_stir_fry
Stir fry
meal_shoulder_sauerbraten
Sauerbraten
meal_shoulder_sauerbraten_burrito
Ethopian sauerbraten burrito
meal_shoulder_red_wine
Stew
meal_sholder_kabobs
Oven kabobs
meal_shoulder_onion_soup
French onion soup
meal_tripe
Tripe
meal_heart_tongue
Heart & tongue braise
meal_tongue_potatoes
Sliced tongue
meal_liver_onions
Liver and onions
meal_liver_vinegar
Vinegar liver

Cuts

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Tongue
cuts_grinding_scrap
Neck, etc., grinding scraps (not all shown)
cuts_shoulders
Shoulders
cuts_hocks
Hocks
cuts_heart
Heart
cuts_lungs
Lungs
cuts_ribs
Ribs
cuts_loins
Loin
cuts_tenderloins
Tenderloin
cuts_belly
Belly
cuts_stomach
Stomach
cuts_fat
Fat scraps
cuts_liver
Liver
cuts_kidneys
Kidneys
cuts_ham_saddle
Ham/saddle