10-18-2010, 09:50 PM
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^^ Thank you!! My point exactly, but I was trying to be "PC" about it. That would explain it being more common in NOVA, than here is a farming area of NY state. I would have NO clue where to get it, other than an asian market perhaps, and I do not know how to say "goat" in any other languages. (besides I will NOT be looking for it when I go home to Va, thanks, tho)
My guess would be that the US consumption numbers could be linked to the % of population who are Asian, Middle Eastern and Mexican, along with, I would guess, some of the African and island groups.
Perhaps I eat in the wrong restaurants, but have never seen it on a menu, unlike Bison, Ostrich and several others.
In my travels to Europe I have never seen it either-but have had all of Mother goose' other characters all in one meal (close, anyway)! (Antelope, duck, goose liver, Rabbit, quail eggs, and several others that escape me now....my DH just kept shoving his onto my plate too....).BUT NO GOAT!
I do not believe that primarily white, anglo, christians find it a food of choice. Sort of like some places they eat horse......
Just my opinion.....back on topic.....waiting for OP to finish the fences....lol