Mensaf or Mansaf is a traditional Bedouin dish of lamb or goat, cooked slowly in sheep’s yogurt until it is meltingly tender. It is served on a huge bed of rice with toasted nuts. To eat, you scoop a ball of rice and meat, roll it and pop it in – a great way to make friends! It is traditionally served at weddings and if you are presented with the goat’s head you know you are the honored guest.