What's Joe got cooking?

Jaye smells something on the stove...

GoLife Staff  |  08.02.2017

On the next episode of Meet the Maddons, Joe gets cookin’ on the Grand Tour’s outdoor, induction range top to put the finishing touches on his special goat stew — a delicacy 108 years in the making!

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  1. ken Posted on 08.12.2017

    Apparently some people aren’t Cubs fans let alone baseball fans. Bless their hearts.

  2. foxpapa357 Posted on 08.05.2017

    If you are going to show a short video poking fun at goat stew, you should have at least provided a recipe. Since you didn’t here’s one I got while in New Mexico

    Goat Stew
    2 medium onions, roughly chopped
    2 cloves garlic, chopped
    2 large carrots, diced
    3 stalks celery, chopped
    2 pounds boneless goat meat, cubed
    Salt and freshly ground black pepper
    1 cup canola oil divided into two portions
    2 tablespoons of general purpose flour
    1/2 cup wine vinegar (can use balsamic vinegar for a more robust marinate)
    1/4 cup (1/2 stick) butter
    1 (6-ounce) can tomato paste
    1 cup vegetable stock, or
    1 cup red or white wine
    2 tomatoes, chopped
    2 tablespoons chopped parsley

    Directions
    Marinate the goat meat
    Season the meat with salt and pepper, and cover with oil and vinegar. Marinate the meat a for at least 2 hours turning occasional so all sides get covered.

    Heat the renaming oil and the butter in a cast iron stew pot add just the meat to the pot and browning all sides of meats. Deglaze the pot with the marinate, and add in the vegetables
    cooking to meld the flavors until the onions celery are soften. Add the flour to make a roux
    Add the tomato paste and stock, cover and reduce heat.
    Simmer until meat is fork tender, about 1 1/2 to 2 hours. Stir occasionally
    Once the meat is tender, add the chopped tomato and parsley and serve.

    Serve over rice

    This recipe can also be made in a slowly cooker. But because there is no fond made is a slow the richness of the deglazed fond is missing in this method

  3. Dave Wilkie Posted on 08.05.2017

    That was a worthless video. Showed nothing.