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Old 01-29-2006, 06:17 PM   #31
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That's okay, pds. I had a wonderful lunch!!
I liked mine too. I thought the lamb turned out well, dh liked it just not as much as the gyros stands, so I won't bother doing it again.

I made something like 40 tamales and they are all gone! I'll probably make some more in the next couple weeks, as soon as I get a proper steamer. I told dh that if this is something I'm going to make regularly, I need the proper equipment, he said to go ahead and get what I need. I'll look around for a relatively cheap one this week. I just wonder where I will fit such a big pot in such a small kitchen with loaded cupboards? I really enjoyed making the tamales, so I don't mind doing it once a month or so. They really are convenient too, just pull them out of the freezer and heat them up! Then I grate some cheese over the top, delicious!
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Old 03-12-2006, 02:43 PM   #32
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I'm with everyone who loves lamb. As a matter of fact, I'm often disappointed that lamb isn't as flavorful as it used to be. And I live in an area that raises lamb for meat. I swear I'm making a leg of lamb for Easter this year.
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