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Paula O+
Monday, April 25, 2011, 12:55am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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We grilled a butterflied leg of lamb with cumin seed, coriander, oregano & olive oil.  It had lots of garlic slivers inserted also.   Made a relish with red wine, honey,lemon zest, cinnamon, dried figs.....added grilled eggplant, onion & some parsley & lemon juice at the end to the relish.  Lastly was roasted asparagus, didn't
Have room on the grill for it....
It was a recipe from a book called "How to Cook Meat"

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That is fit for more than explorers. Sounds Fab!


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O in Virginia
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That sounds great!  I had lamb, too, but in a Greek restaurant - rack of lamb and I ate them with my fingers, totally enjoying myself like Wilma Flintstone.  I got a few looks, but they just don't know what good is.  
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I wish my family would eat it more often, but grilling and spices took away the lamb flavor, or at least they liked it that way.  It was 2 O's, 2 B's here yesterday.  We have leftovers for today!  

I started taking my explorer supps that arrived Saturday, and after that meal and eating right my weight is starting to move back down!
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33% Nomad, calories calories!!!!!!
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We had some lamb too!!!  My Mom brought one from a restaurant that does a pretty good job.  He had some roasted carrots and broccoli and cauliflower over rice and my contribution were these awesome sweet potatoes that I cut in half and roasted in the oven.  They were super good!!!

Then everyone hogged out on pie that my Grandma brought.  I didn't have any.  I miss the sweets.  I really need to make a compliant pie.  I had some dark chocolate later on.  I was stuffed with dinner anyways.

But we had a very Blessed Easter and I'm glad you guys did too!!!  


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"Finally brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things." - Phillipians 4:8
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We are a lamb family, too! I was raised on it but haven't eaten red meat in 16 years. Twice in that amount of time I have tried a bite or two of red meat and my body hates me for it! It does ugly things to my digestion.
So, even though my swami gives it to me, and my taste buds love it...my gut just says no!
I eat plenty of fish, turkey and chicken anyway.....


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That ipad 2 Sleeves sounds great!  I had lamb, too, but in a Greek restaurantipad2 folio cases - rack of lamb and I ate them with my fingers, totally enjoying myself like Wilma Flintstone.  I got ipad 2 Screen Protectors a few looks, but they just don't know what good is.  


I started taking my explorer supps that arrived Saturday, and after that meal and eating right my weight is starting to move back down!
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Still eating my leftovers! Might have some lamb and eggs for breakfast.


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please add some garlic while inviting me for the next time   


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We had both lamb and turkey!

On the lamb I just used a simple rub of EVOO sea salt & fresh cracked pepper, and stuck sprigs of rosemary and oregano under the netting.  Plus, I stuck garlic into slits in the meat.


My SWAMI diet is a blend of BTD and GTD Explorer, but I'm not totally compliant.  Also I try to choose foods that have a Low Glycemic index.  DW and DD are A+, probably also Explorer.
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SquarePeg,
MMMMMMMMMMM!!!!!!! I can just smell it!


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Paula 0+
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I ate some leftover lamb this morning but I avoided the garlic slivers, cause I was going to work.  But it was still so good.  The leftover fig/eggplant relish was good also.  But it wasn't something I would cook regularly.  But I do need to work on lamb as a more regular part of my diet, Swami says so!
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Quoted from SquarePeg
We had both lamb and turkey!

On the lamb I just used a simple rub of EVOO sea salt & fresh cracked pepper, and stuck sprigs of rosemary and oregano under the netting.  Plus, I stuck garlic into slits in the meat.


Oh man, you nailed it good!!!  Spiced right.


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"Finally brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things." - Phillipians 4:8
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I've used fresh lavender on lamb, too, mixed with fresh rosemary and a dried Herbes de Provence mix.  That is amazing.  The lavender gives it a sort of anise like sweetness, hard to identify until you know what it is.  If you have lavender growing in your garden give it a try.  
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