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Have you ever cooked lamb and how was it prepared?
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      Marya1961 wrote Jan 5, 2012
    • Although I really don’t eat meat, except for the once in a while meatball or burger, some people say lamb is quite good.




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      Vikki Hall wrote Jan 5, 2012
    • I can’t say that I’ve had it often enough to describe it. However in Detroit we used to go to a few Greek restaurants. They served lamb, rice and veggies. If I remember correctly it was roasted and very tasty.

      And I believe traditional gyro meat has lamb in it too. Which is pretty good if made right.

      Are you looking to make it?




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      Marya1961 wrote Jan 5, 2012
    • Yes, it sounds pretty good and now that you mention it, I remember eating the gyro sandwich many years ago in my hometown.

      I will have to check the fat intake on that, but is probably low, what do you think?




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      Tuliplady wrote Jan 5, 2012
    • I like lamb, but it is just like ANY other meat as far as fat goes.  It depends on what and how the animal was fed how fat the meat is.




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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Jan 5, 2012
    • I love lamb! I make rack of lamb at home a lot - we get the meat at Costco. I roast it after spreading it with dijon mustard, garlic and bread crumbs.

      When I buy boneless leg I open it up, marinate it in lemon juice, garlic, black pepper, salt and cumin. then I grill it on a hot fire until it’s medium rare. Let it rest 10 minutes for the juices to stay in the meat and then slice it against the grain.




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      Kmarie wrote Jan 6, 2012
    • I also love lamb. It is a very sweet meat. I also favor Costco rack of lamb. I just season it or regular lamb chops  with garlic powder, pepper, rosemary, thyme, parsley,  then in the last 10 minutes add either hot pepper jelly or mint jelly as a glaze.  

      With a leg of lamb I also marinate it in in orange or lemon juice with garlic powder, pepper, rosemary, thyme, parsley, then I roast in an oven on medium heat.




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      Marya1961 wrote Jan 6, 2012
    • The recipes sound delightful..will enlist son to make this when he gets a chance..thanks!estatic




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      Nathalie Girard wrote Jan 11, 2012
    • We buy lamb a lot because we absolutely love it! You can cook lamb chops in a pan just like pork chops; we often do a potroast. Just put the meat, veggies and potatoes in a big cast iron casserole and let it cook at low heat a few hour in the oven. It will melt in your mouth!




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