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IACP host city chair and Portland Monthly writer Mike Thelin waxes nostalgic about goat. "Goat meat was always a tough find for my brother-in-law, who hails from that other city of roses, Guadalajara, Mexico. So, much to the dismay of the neighbors, he’d buy his goats live and slaughter them in his own backyard, located in a middle-class subdivision in suburban Portland. We still have pictures of my four nieces posing with the live goats, which would spend the cool Oregon summer nights in the garage before slaughter, alongside the family’s late-seventies Plymouth Volare." Makes us want a cabrito, real bad. [Portland Monthly]