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JJR
Tuesday, February 15, 2011, 1:56am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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the marinade was an apple, dozen cloves of garlic, tbsp sea salt, 2 tbsp of olive oil, and a heap of cilantro

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carving was FUN!!!  

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sweet potatoes, rutabaga and some mint.  It was good valentine day's meal!

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I'm so uncouth


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Looks AMAZING!  Isn't cooking a joy?  I made a duck this weekend; maybe I will post the pics!  It was pretty amazing, too!

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looks delicious!

thanks for adding the links only!


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Uncouth, perhaps, but you look like you're really enjoying it!


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Licking my chops looking at your photos!


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Thanks ABNoWay!

The butcher told me that the leg of the lamb is the part that has the least contents of fat.
I hope this is true.


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Sorry about last time Lola, I forgot.  

I don't know about the fat content, but it was good.  I think it's possible it turned out better on the bone than when it wasn't.  I think it was juicier.  Although, I may have overcooked it last time, or the marinade this time was pretty juicy.

I think it would be cool to take a picture of each meal we eat every day, just to show and keep a log of it.  But that would take so much time.  I'd be interested to see what everyone eats.  Get some new ideas.  

My biggest challenge with baking, which is something I'd like to do more of, is that so many recipes have stuff in it that I won't eat.  Or someone in my family can't have and I'd rather not make something that we all can't have.  And when you change an ingredient in baking, or omit it, it can sometimes really mess with the result.

I made these quinoa flour crackers the other day I got from some magazine and they turned out pretty good.  My wife and kids loved them.  I should post the recipe I guess.  

But, I would really like to do a healthy pumpkin pie and I was thinking parsnips would work for that type of a recipe also.  I have some ideas, as there are some good recipes in here.  


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Uncouth...no way...you were at home. If you would have been at my house...I would've fought you for it.   Thank you for the links...and yes!!!  I, and I am sure there are others who would love to know the quinoa cracker recipe.    My girlfriend picked up a Quinoa recipe book from Costco last week and I am going over tonight to have a look at it.  She says it is amazing...may just have to copy the whole book.  Or buy one.

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Sorry about last time Lola, I forgot.  

I don't know about the fat content, but it was good.  I think it's possible it turned out better on the bone than when it wasn't.  I think it was juicier.  Although, I may have overcooked it last time, or the marinade this time was pretty juicy.

I think it would be cool to take a picture of each meal we eat every day, just to show and keep a log of it.  But that would take so much time.  I'd be interested to see what everyone eats.  Get some new ideas.  

My biggest challenge with baking, which is something I'd like to do more of, is that so many recipes have stuff in it that I won't eat.  Or someone in my family can't have and I'd rather not make something that we all can't have.  And when you change an ingredient in baking, or omit it, it can sometimes really mess with the result.

I made these quinoa flour crackers the other day I got from some magazine and they turned out pretty good.  My wife and kids loved them.  I should post the recipe I guess.  

But, I would really like to do a healthy pumpkin pie and I was thinking parsnips would work for that type of a recipe also.  I have some ideas, as there are some good recipes in here.  




That would be an awesome idea to see what everyone eats from time to time. I would love to get ideas about being more compliant from that.

I hope you share the cracker recipe  



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Debra, you made me laugh with the "fighting me for it part"  Hehehhe  Too funny.

Too late tonight to post the recipe.  I'll see if I can get it on here tomorrow.


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I'm so uncouth
'Oh! He is sooo handsome!' was my first thought      



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'Oh! He is sooo handsome!' was my first thought      


Yeah...especially chomping on the lamb leg.  

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Yeah...especially chomping on the lamb leg.  

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You are all TOO kind. But thank you.    


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Looks like you cooked that lamb to perfection.  



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that's amazing!  Saw a leg of lamb at the grocery store yesterday.. will have to see if it's still there


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