For the record let me state up front that I'm vegetarian. I have however eaten a great deal of meat in my life, and a huge part of that has been curry goat. I've had good goat and I've had bad goat, but until I started this tour company it never struck me that visitors found goat "exotic". Most of our guests are interested in experiencing Jamaican culture so they will jump right in. Others have to be coaxed. Others refuse. The ones who refuse are missing out. Well prepared curry goat is delicious, and it is definitely something, if you're a meat eater, to try while on the island.
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On our food tour curry goat is one of the menu options, and though you do not have to have it, it has not once gotten a bad reception. If you think about it, many people eat lamb and sheep and think nothing of it. Both goats and sheep are small ruminants and stem from the same sub family Caprinae, although they are different species of animals. Although they are differences in behaviour, both animals are similar enough that people often get them mixed up. Goat also is one of the most consumed meats globally.
Give curry goat a try on your trip to Jamaica.
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Jamaican food is generally described as flavourful. This is due to the emphasis we place on spices and the very tasty seasonings that we use: thyme, ginger, nutmeg, garlic, onion, scotch bonnet pepper, allspice, coriander, and the list goes on. On the Jamaica Cultural Enterprises food tour we have curated locations and experiences designed to showcase the best of Jamaican food. The portions are generous, the food delicious, the experience unforgettable.
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