Menu Moves: Lofty beef prices have chefs eyeing goat, lamb

Menu Moves: Lofty beef prices have chefs eyeing goat, lamb

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Goats get a bad rap. The farm animals are accused of eating tin cans and any other kind of garbage, when in fact they’re pretty picky eaters. For cooks, their meat is often perceived as tough and requiring extended time to cook. Snobby Americans typically turn up their noses when they learn goat is a delicacy in many other culinary cultures.

But not for long. With skyrocketing prices of beef in the U.S., many full-service restaurateurs are more heavily promoting their lamb bur

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