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Bobbier
Saturday, February 12, 2011, 2:41am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Lamb I must have thee... I will make the rack of lamb on Sunday. Hopefully my pics will come out good. I am excited!!! I love to cook. I feel like this is an inspirational cook off. My turn.... I cant wait to taste it. oh yeah... What's on the cook off for next week end???


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How about we try duck next week? Or roast beef?  Or a hearty stew like Osso Bucco or Lamb Shank?


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ABNoWay, what great dishes you have made!
I've been "in the mood for lamb" lately as well !
I like to put lamb meatballs into my vegetable broth.
Recently I found lamb belly fat on bones, pre-chopped into squares, in my grocery store. I marinated them and dumped them into my broth. Mamma mia!!!
I ate all that fat and felt so great! Last night I got hungry at bed time so I chewed on one and it gave me immediate satisfaction.
I plan on making a stew with these fatty chunks


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Actually, I'm in a soaking mode this second.  I soaked and made steel cut oats this morning.  I'm soaking peanuts today to roast overnight.  I'm also soaking some Split peas for dinner.  

I really really really really want to make a pumpkin pie!!!

But I'm looking forward to this leg.  I haven't formulated how to do it yet.  It's kind of big, so, oven it will be.  I have to think about a marinade or something.  

Suggestions are welcome.


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add oil and spices, rosemary, garlic in the food processor, apply to the leg, let marinade for a few hours, then stick in the oven


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Try the rub I did on my lamb.  You will not be sorry.

About three to four heads of garlic, dried rosemary and sea salt.  Put it all in a food processor to make a paste.  Try and get the garlic totally ground up.  Smear it on the leg and bake.  Your house will smell amazing and the lamb will be infused with the garlic and rosemary.


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