Slow-roasted goat steals the spotlight in Cyprus

11/12/2009 | Atlantic Monthly, The

Kleftiko, a dish of slow-roasted old goat that is specific to Cyprus, translates as the thief's meal, apparently named for 19th-century guerillas who had to find smoke-free ways to prepare their food. Creating a tender stew from the tough meat is a source of national pride and requires cook times of up to several hours.

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