Sunday, November 23, 2008

Go Goat

For those in Columbia who haven't already, I strongly suggest you check out the All-Local Farmers' Market held from 8am to 12pm every 2nd Saturday at Gervais & Vine, and every 4th Saturday at Rosewood Market. A few of our favorite vendors who often attend include: Five Leaves Farm, Caw Caw Creek Pastured Pork, Wil-Moore Farms, Anson Mills and Heather's Artisan Bakery.

Not only can you get a mean breakfast plate and coffee for $4 before you shop, but you can also pick up the freshest seasonal produce and meat in town. On our last trip to the market we picked up a few cuts of goat from Wil-Moore Farms. Tonight we broke out the ribs and decided to go simple and bbq.

The first step was to cut the rack into two rib sections, cover in bbq sauce, and pop into a 350° oven for about an hour and a half.

Step two consisted of C finishing off the ribs on the grill and smothering in more sauce.


Anonymous said...

My mouth is watering. I have not had goat in years and can not even remember what it tastes like...give me a clue. mom

Jenn S. said...

I think the texture is similar to pork ribs (with thinner bones), but with a stronger flavor more like lamb.