Kid Goat Stew

[wcm_nonmember]<!– –><div style="text-align: center"><!– –><img src="" alt="" scale="0" style="max-width: 30%; margin-top: 20px"><!– –><!– –><h2><!– –>Unlock this Story<!– –></h2><!– –><p style="padding-bottom:25px"><!– –>Stories from the 'Bucket List' book are only available to members<!– –></p><!– –><a class="et_pb_button" background-color: #ffffff"<!– –>href="/product/digital-club-membership/">join the club</a><!– –></div><!– –><!– –>[/wcm_nonmember]<!– –><!– –>[wcm_restrict]<!– –><!– –><div class="page" title="Page 26"><!– –><div class="section"><!– –><div class="layoutArea"><!– –><div class="column"><!– –><!– –><p>José grew up in a Spanish village with no chefs. Everybody cooked simple dishes with food straight from the land around them. His family owned a farm and he <b>vividly remembers the smells and taste </b>of fresh bread baking and milk straight from the cow.</p><!– –><!– –><p>He moved away from the village to study and ended up working as a porter in a professional kitchen. You can quickly tell whether you will enjoy being a chef by working in a kitchen, even if you’re not cooking the food. José instantly loved the feeling he got in the environment and when he got to talk to customers.</p><!– –><!– –><p>Now he’s <b>well known in London for his take on Spanish food.</b> He’s got a number of restaurants and they all come back to how he and his family cooked in Spain. He has translated his love for simplicity and quality ingredients into his business and it works.</p><!– –><!– –><p>He didn’t grow up with fancy food or restaurants, just amazing ingredients and close family. The dish he wants to share reflects that. Kid goat stew is one of his earliest, most <b>joyful memories of food</b>. His family loves food and it was always there for special occasions, where both his mother and grandmother would make the dish. Now he makes it for his family in London, and he regularly goes back to Spain to share it with his mother and siblings.<!– –><!– –><p>Now that his family all live in different countries, kid goat stew is pure happiness for José because it means that they are all in one place. He says that the recipe is almost like a family heirloom – something that will never change as it’s<b> passed down from his grandmother</b>, to his mother and to him. It’s simple and perfect.</p><!– –><!– –><p>José’s family start with a whole kid, but you could choose a cut that’s <b>perfect for slow cooking </b>if you’re not cooking for a whole family. Brown the meat, then add a paste of pimentón, garlic and wine. Drop in some bay leaves and simmer the stew for around an hour or two. All it needs is a fresh salad and it’s a delicious way to share a meal.</p><!– –><!– –></div><!– –></div><!– –></div><!– –></div><!– –><!– –>[/wcm_restrict]