For an interesting variation on these burgers, tuck a piece of goat cheese or feta cheese in the center of each before grilling.
Nervous fans can keep a vigilant eye on it via a webcam hosted on the town website that offers 24-hour goat viewing.
Right now, my menu has a lamb belly BLT because I think both lamb and goat are underappreciated and delicious.
The horse was fine, but Francis was branded with that dreaded sports euphemism: the goat.
In the Iliad, a Chimera is a grotesque animal jumble, “lion-fronted and snake behind, a goat in the middle.”
I was awfully interested in seeing how the goat and the clerk got on.
In that country one sees a goat with nearly every flock of sheep.
Among the domesticated animals of which they made use, the cow, the sheep, the ass and the goat may be specifically singled out.
"You will have to do much service for me for having lamed my goat," he said.
The goat worked faithfully enough but he did not have the brains to do the work well.
Old English gat "she-goat," from Proto-Germanic *gaitaz (cf. Old Saxon get, Old Norse geit, Danish gjed, Middle Dutch gheet, Dutch geit, Old High German geiz, German Geiß, Gothic gaits "goat"), from PIE *ghaidos "young goat," also "play" (cf. Latin hædus "kid").
The word for "male goat" in Old English was bucca (see buck (n.)) until late 1300s shift to he-goat, she-goat (Nanny goat is 18c., billy goat 19c.). Meaning "licentious man" is attested from 1670s. To get (someone's) goat is from 1910, perhaps with notion of "to steal a goat mascot from a racehorse," or from French prendre sa chèvre "take one's source of milk."