so i wound up leaving the goat in the sous vide for 3 days at 145 which was about medium rare for goat. it totally broke down all the collagen so everything was fall off the bone soft. So the juicy soft goat came out of the bag with a lot of juice and it was awkward but i put some grace hot jerk sauce on the outside and it was way too much but then i threw the seasoned goat pieces into the broiler to caramelize the hot sauce on the outside. so after about 8-10min in the broiler it was all dried out and jerk-ish. so i served it with beans and rice (goya red beans and rice box; they're not jamaican style at all... fail... i should just do the basic recipe in the rice cooker like they always do.)
anyways, i still managed to get a single couple that I invited to come over for dinner, realistically the 1 to 5 accept to invite ratio worked out because if I'd really had 6 or 7 people here not only would my roommate not have gotten any, but it would've been an awkward amount of jockeying for the biggest piece of goat, and this way we got seconds.
anyways, I got interest in more dinners so I'm probably just going to make a point of dinners from now on when I feel like cooking. And invite a lot of people. in a schedule determined by my ability to scale the recipe.