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goat grab n. at gatherings or celebrations in the Middle East, a communal self-served meal of meat and vegetables eaten with the hands. Editorial Note: This term is used informally by Anglophones not native to the culture. The food eaten in a goat...

goat grab

goat grab  n.— «The enlisted men were subjected to a daily routine of whole boiled goat or chicken served up on a large metal platter. Mixed in the gruel were all the entrails, including beaks, hoofs, feet, and eyeballs.…Chowtime...

goat grab

goat grab  n.— «A goat grab is basically a local tradition of having a big long table where they put out platters of rice, vegetables, and literally hunks of sheep that have been on a spit, roasting and so forth. You just dig in, you grab...

goat grab

goat grab  n.— «The electors munched their way to and from the polling booths, helping themselves to platters of mansef (impolitely described as “the goat grab”) and heaving hillocks of that favourite Kuwaiti sweet, jello...

goat grab

goat grab  n.— «The Saudi soldiers feted the Americans, offering them juice, tea and platters of lamb and rice. Diemler explained it was “goat-grab,” where “you tear off a piece of meat with your hands, mix it with rice...

goat grab

goat grab  n.— «They call it a “goat grab,” a night of traditional feasting to celebrate the bonds between American and Iraqi soldiers.» —“Deuce Four’s many hats” by Matt Misterek in Mosul, Iraq News...

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