I'd like to see lamb go more mainstream, like beef, pork and chicken, with it being offered in stores and restaurants. Around these parts, that's not happening. Most people reach adulthood and death, never having tasted lamb, in my neck of the woods.We sell meat to others. It has been people that we know, this time we are having these USDA slaughtered so I can advertise the meat for sale. We'll see how that goes!
i've never heard of anyone being allergic to those! i like a good lamb stew once in a while and to me a gyros is just not right if there isn't some ground lamb in the mix. i've not had goat (that i know of )... i've always been ok to try things at least once. i've not been much of a venison eater unless it is turned into sausage with some pork/pork fat. i've always been one of those people who likes the dark meat off chickens and turkeys because i don't like the white meat as it is often just too dry and reminds me of eating sawdust. i don't know exactly how i ever did find out what sawdust tasted like...I am allergic to lamb and mutton, but I CAN eat goat, which tastes like venison to me. It's so expensive though... around here you'll pay $100 for a goat... I got some ground goat for $7 a pound