Jewish Dietary Laws state that it is forbidden to eat a kid (immature goat) that has been boiled in it’s mothers milk. Seeing as I’m not jewish, theoretically, such a dish would be fine for me. But where could I go to eat something like this?
Goat isn’t particularly common in the US/Australia and kid is even less so. Under modern production, you would have great difficulties trying to trace the mother of any particular kid so you would be restricted to small suppliers. And you would need a LOT of milk to boil a kid. How do you collect enough milk before it goes bad?
BTW: Marcella Hazan has an excellent recipe for Milk Braised Pork. I assume that could be adapted for kid. So can I do it at home? Can I go some place that would serve it?