[Sca-cooks] Curried Goat, was Celia's Hundred

Kingstaste kingstaste at comcast.net
Sun Sep 7 14:58:40 PDT 2008

Curried goat is a Jamaican specialty, and while the curry is similar in
nature (due to a large East Indian population among the Jamaican hills) it
is unlike any other curry you would find in an Indian restaurant.  It is
more of a brown gravy curry, stewed with other vegetables, the goat slow
cooked on big bone chunks.  Very good, and usually not terribly spicy.  

Lady Celia wrote:

>41. Curried goat - how does this differ from curried anything else?  So I
>wouldn't seek it out, but wouldn't automatically turn it down.  I'm a bit
>finicky about curries, so my question tends to be "is this hot or mild".
>I'll try and often enjoy mild curries, but have had very bad (almost
>"allergic") reactions to hot curries. 

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