Chef Michael Scelfo of Cambridge, Mass., left, and Lisa Carlson, who operates three food trucks in Minneapolis, collaborate on the Glynwood dinner's spelt salad with lamb tongues and hearts, and "ugly" cherries, shiitakes, and kale.
One of the fleet of turboprop ATR planes from Pakistan International Airlines. After a Dec. 7 crash, the ATRs were grounded — and resumed flying (after a goat sacrifice) on Sunday.
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(Left) The traditional Christmas goat made of straw is inaugurated in Gavle, Sweden on Sunday. (Right) The goat was burned down just hours after the inauguration to celebrate its 50th anniversary. The goat has been torched many times over the years.
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GusGus, a tiny goat, is seen at the Arizona State Fair in Phoenix last month in this photo provided by Emilie Owen. Fair officials say the kid was taken Wednesday and returned Thursday.
In Gaza, all hermaphroditic goats will go to heaven. On Sunday, authorities ordered the slaughter of this animal — which had male sex organs and udders — lest people mistakenly believe that its milk had special powers. And if another hermaphrodite goat turns up, it too will face the knife.
Theoneste Rwayitare, a Rwandan refugee who resettled in Vermont last year, pours powdered milk into a bucket for milking at the Vermont Goat Collaborative's Pine Island Farm.
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Jennie Grant greets her goat Eloise in Seattle. No stranger to urban farming, Grant already had chickens, bees, and a large vegetable garden before she added goats to her lineup.