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Celebrate All Things Goat at the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market Tomorrow

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Do you like goats?  No?  Hmmm.  Have you SEEN the above photo?  Look at that precious thing!  I’m not particularly an animal lover myself — my affections are usually reserved solely for my dog, Jackie Robinson — but even I can’t help squealing over this little guy.

Okay, let’s say you don’t care for goats.  Something I bet you do care for?  FREE cooking demonstrations and food samples, which will abound at tomorrow’s Third Annual Goat Festival at the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market.  I remember hearing about this last year and being disappointed that I couldn’t make it, but this time nothing’s standing in the way of me and the cooking demo with Laura Werlin, author of Grilled Cheese Please! 50 Scrumptiously Cheesy Recipes!  Other highlights of the festival include a petting zoo, FREE goat milk food samples from Redwood Hill, Cypress Grove, Laloo’s Goat’s Milk Ice Cream (YUM) and Happy Goat Caramel.  I heard it’ll be sunny tomorrow, so it’ll be a great day to be outside and get a tan.  Trust me, you need it.

Third Annual Goat Festival at the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market
Market St. & Embarcadero
Saturday, April 16, 10am – 1pm

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