BBQ Carving Set For Goatober

BBQ Carving Set For Goatober

There are many breeds of goat, each one coming from a different part of the world: English, Bagot, Golden Guernsey, San Clemente, Spanish, Tennessee Fainting, Nigerian Dwarf, Oberhasli, Nubian, Boer and Kiko. Goatober celebrates them all! Thanks for James Whetlor, Goatober now exists around thew world. James recently teamed up with Alex Pole Ironwork to craft a stainless steel BBQ fork and a carbon steel carving night.  Check it out on YouTube channel, The Forge.
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Goat Tees? — Goatober 2020

Goat Tees? — Goatober 2020

The artisan goat movement was started in the 1970s by women making goat cheese: Mary Keen (Humbolt Fog), Allison Hooper (Vermont Creamery), Laura Chenel (Chef Chevre), and Judy Shad (Capriole). But male goats have little use on dairies that rely on milk production to make their bread and butter. And that is why we created No Goat Left Behind, the month-long celebration of all things goat during the month of October — or Goatober — the natural season for goat meat! Now in its tenth year, Goato...
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Spotlight on TJ Steele of Claro

Spotlight on TJ Steele of Claro

Favorite Heritage Cuts: St. Louis ribs, pork cheeks, Frank Reese turkeys and chickens TJ Steele is the chef/owner of Claro in Gowanus, Brooklyn. He has been a supporter of Heritage Foods and our family of farms since his early days at Danny Meyer's legendary Union Square Café. In 2017 he launched his first solo project, Claro, a Oaxacan influenced restaurant where he blends his love for Mexican gastronomy with his passion for seasonal, farm-to-table cooking and offers a rotating menu of herit...
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Goatober 2018 launches with events in London, Bristol, Manchester, Cornwall, Rome, Frankfurt, Nantes, Amsterdam, New York and Ibiza

Goatober 2018 launches with events in London, Bristol, Manchester, Cornwall, Rome, Frankfurt, Nantes, Amsterdam, New York and Ibiza

GOATOBER, the month-long goat meat celebration, has become an international campaign bringing together dairies, farmers, NGOs and individuals who are passionate about ending food waste in the goat dairy system. This October, there are events, dinners and talks from London to New York to Ibiza with one aim: put more goat meat on the menu and put all male goats born into the dairy system in to the food system.Goatober 2018 is the most exciting yet as events in New York and Brooklyn see all ...
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THE OFFAL TRUTH

True carnivores don’t stop at the top-of-the-line, priciest cuts, they know that some of the greatest pleasures run deep. Even casual gourmands can be found picking at some pig liver country pate at their local bistro, or even getting a bit recherché with the fois gras or some delicately prepared sweet breads. But for those […] The post THE OFFAL TRUTH appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.
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Let’s Talk… Goatober Meatballs for Your Housewarming Party!

Getting ready for housewarming parties can be stressful!  Let me take a small load off of your shoulders by introducing our favorite recipe for a simple and delicious appetizer. Goatober (October) is my favorite month, so in celebration I’ve prepared a quick and no-fuss recipe for you. For the Goat Meat Balls 3 lbs. ground […] The post Let’s Talk… Goatober Meatballs for Your Housewarming Party! appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.
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Braised Goatober Curry

5lb. goat shanks 2 tbsp. cooking oil 1 red onion, sliced 1 small kabocha squash, diced 1 – 40z jar green curry paste 1 bottle Chicken Bone Broth or Beef Bone Broth (we mixed half and half), boiled 1- 13.5 oz can coconut milk Heat the oil in a small rondeau and brown the goat […] The post Braised Goatober Curry appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.
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GOATOBER: Fun Facts

Click through the gallery to see some fun facts! The post GOATOBER: Fun Facts appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.
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Season 7: No Goat Left Behind from Heritage Foods

Heritage Foods is celebrating the seventh year of its annual October goat project, NO GOAT LEFT BEHIND, and the second in the United Kingdom. No Goat Left Behind addresses the growing problem facing New England goat dairies — namely, what to do with male goats.... The post Season 7: No Goat Left Behind from Heritage Foods appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.
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Nancy Silverton, Chef Series and Featured Cuts

When Nancy Silverton was getting ready to open up Osteria Mozza and Pizzeria Mozza in Los Angeles, her partners, Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich, gave her very little direction. “Joe had an idea for an amaro focus at the bar, and of course we had Italian wine. As far as the food, Mario trusted us, but he wanted us to look into working with Patrick and Heritage Foods, which was still very new.... The post Nancy Silverton, Chef Series and Featured Cuts appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.
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“No Goat Left Behind” Initiative Goes International!! The British Are Coming!!

“Doctor, I feel like a goat”. “How long have you felt like that”? “Since I was a kid”. How do you keep a goat from charging? Take his credit card away! What would Goatober be without a little goat humor? Or HUMOUR, as our British friends would say. The confidence to commit to this important […] The post “No Goat Left Behind” Initiative Goes International!! The British Are Coming!! appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.
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“Goatober” Bigger Than Ever!! Six Years Later, No Goat Left Behind!

We’re proud to announce that we’re celebrating the sixth year of our annual goat project — GOATOBER, aka NO GOAT LEFT BEHIND! I love goats. Most Americans have never had the chance to try well-sourced goat meat, but those who experience it for the first time marvel at how light it is. The flavor of […] The post “Goatober” Bigger Than Ever!! Six Years Later, No Goat Left Behind! appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.
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