goat meat anywhere to be found?
- Sue Streitwieser Oct 20, 2004 07:06 PM
We're just back from a cooking adventure in Zakynthos. Greece. We fell in love with stewed goat, the adult, not the kid, which we found too boney and less flavorsome. We're in Berkeley, but are willing to go to great lengths. The butcher at Piedmont Market (who used to raise goats) thought there may be a Mexican butcher in Concord. Can you help? Many thanks...
No need to leave Berkeley. I buy goat from my favorite halal butcher, Indus Foods on San Pablo a block and a half north of University. Try the lamb, too, great value.
Good prices on all sorts of other eats from Muslim countries: olive oil, pomegranate molasses, lebne, ajvar, Turkish pepper paste, etc. etc.
re: Robert Lauriston
Is Indus Foods different from Halal Food Market?
(As posted in General Topics)
A lady at my bank told me that the Pakistani restaurant Kabana offers good goat curry as weekend specials. Also, you can buy goat meat at Halal Food Market (San Pablo & University), freshly delivered on Wednesdays. (Possibly some other day too, but she wasn't sure about that.)
Halal Food Market
1964 San Pablo Ave
Berkeley, CA 94702
A review of Kabana from a while ago: (it mentions goat curry)
you might also try ranch 99 in Albany. I saw some goat meat there today. It's been frozen and then cut into big joints.