You’ve probably heard of milk and honey referred to as the food of the gods. Did you know the milk they’re talking about is goat’s milk? It’s true. In Greek mythology, Zeus was nursed by a goat after his mother left him in a cave to stop his father from eating him. Luckily, we don’t have to endure any such trials to obtain that precious combination: The most delicious possible version is available all year round from a bright orange truck. The Curious Goat’s signature item, deep-fried goat cheese curds with honey dipping sauce, are alone worth trekking across town for. Beyond the curds, we’ve never been disappointed by an offering from the oft-changing, seasonal menu. A recent fish torta featured mahi mahi on soft but sturdy bread, topped with a bright, citrusy slaw that was almost enough to conjure spring weather. Curious? The Goat is now easier than ever to find, as it’s regularly parked outside Modist Brewing in the North Loop.
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