OK, where else can you boldly taste curry goat? Roti? Sweet cornmeal porridge? You could head to a Jamaican restaurant and hope this classic is on the menu or you could sign up for a cooking demo with Chef Charles Mattocks, nephew of legendary reggae singer Bob Marley, who knows a thing or two about Caribbean cooking.
“It tastes a lot like lamb,” says Mattocks. “I like to make something a little different, something my guests may never have tasted.” He says the goat meat is sweet and tender, “like a high-New York strip steak with a twist of lamb.”
He’ll show you how to make roti, a sort of flatbread that great for “sopping up the gravy,” says Mattocks. And a little side of porridge which Jamaicans love as an appetizer with dinner.
C’mon, give it a try! Mattocks will be on stage at the Kitchen Memories event from 10 a.m. to noon on Friday, Oct. 28. To book the event, go to Disneyworld.com/foodandwine. Epcot theme park admission is required. You also can call 407-WDW-FEST.