Saturday 13 October from 7pm. Stand up goat tasting dinner (see the menu below!) click here to book your spot.
Goatober spreads the word that goat meat is delicious, ethical and sustainable. The hope is to move goat meat into the mainstream with the goal that all billy goats born into the dairy system, anywhere in the world, will go into the food system, rather than being wasted.
Goatober arrived in the UK in 2016 and mainland Europe in the following year. There are vibrant dairy industries across the UK and Europe who want to change the practice of euthanising and Goatober is part of the solution. The campaign aims to put a goat dish on restaurant menus and to encourage people to try cooking goat at home themselves, for all or part of October.
Cabrito Goat Meat will be hosting a goat tasting at Latteria Studio on Saturday the 13th October, celebratting goat meat with an Indian influenced menu that utilises the whole goat nose to tail style;
Kid, Dried Cherry & Almond Peshwari Naan
Slow Cooked Kid Raan, Pomegranate & Mint
Kid Tandoori Kebab with Onion Raita
Kid Goan Sorpatel Curry
James Whetlor, the founder of Cabrito, will be cooking and presenting his vision of the future of goat meat.
In October 2018, there are Goatober events and dinners in London, Bristol, Manchester, Cornwall and at a global food symposium in Galway, Ireland. Working in partnership with the Interreg ‘food heroes’project, which aims to end food waste in farming across the EU, there are events at the Nantes food Festival in France and in Frankfurt, The Netherlands, Rome and at the Amorevore Food & Arts Festival in Ibiza.
This special evening will be a stand up dinner for the first 25 people to sign up. You can book here, be quick because this is going to be a deliciously fun evening.
Photo credit (main shot) Mike Lusmore.