Every day at 4pm you can find Chef Stephanie Izard at the same place: the Girl & the Goat kitchen, doing a menu tasting with her chef team. A bite of pierogis, an adjustment to the green beans, these simple tweaks are what make the restaurant a hit with diners and Izard's carefully crafted flavors are what keeps them coming back again and again.
Girl & the Goat's eclectic menu is hard to summarize. An Italian sugo dish appears next to bowl of curried mussels and sweet potato pierogis, and the line-up just works. A closer look and the menu reads like a travel diary, with stops in Morocco, Spain, China, and even a layover in Wisconsin. Stephanie Izard's use of global flavors and techniques is what gives Girl & the Goat it's special ability to gently broaden diners' horizons. And now you can recreate this special experience from your own kitchen.
The global flavors of Girl & the Goat are now bottled and ready to help you spice up your every-day routine. A few tablespoons of a This Little Goat spice, three to four fresh ingredients, and your on your way to an easy-to-make, sure-to-please meal.