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Old 04-22-2014, 08:58 AM   #51
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So glad you enjoyed it PF!

Did you have leftovers?
Yes, almost half of the roast. Ideas? I put it in the freezer, so I wouldn't lose it in the fridge. I was thinking of reheating it, shredding and making lamb tacos with a lime coleslaw.

BTW...it cost me $8 a pound...it was only $5/lb at Costco, slapping my forehead!
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Old 04-22-2014, 11:00 AM   #52
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Yes, almost half of the roast. Ideas? I put it in the freezer, so I wouldn't lose it in the fridge. I was thinking of reheating it, shredding and making lamb tacos with a lime coleslaw.

BTW...it cost me $8 a pound...it was only $5/lb at Costco, slapping my forehead!
Oooh... lamb tacos sounds good. I'm a shepherd's pie guy myself, or the aforementioned Greek pita sandwiches or wraps. It's about the only time of year I ever make those things, so I usually take advantage of it.

$8 is a good price. I'm not even going to tell you the obscene amount I paid, but, judging by the price, it must have been one of those "locally and responsibly raised" lambs that spent its life feasting on the finest organic grasses and had its wool brushed out once a day by a young virgin.
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Pita Paul has a little trailer he parks up on the highway in the warmer weather. He sells Gyros, Hot Dogs and fries. I wonder if he's there yet? I sure could go for a Gyro right about now.

It's funny, but I can't remember what we ate for Easter growing up. I just remember eating lots of candy and hard boiled eggs. At the age of 7, I threw up all over the hallway afterwards. Very memorable Easter, and I'm sure my mother felt the same.
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After reading through most of this thread, I am so craving lamb now. I rarely see leg of lamb here, but we only have 2 grocery stores. I might have to order it. Although we do have one meat market, I should check there.

princess....yes, lamb tacos sounds wonderful! So does the shepherds pie... Yum.
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Lime Tacos it is, this weekend.
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Old 04-23-2014, 11:58 AM   #56
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Gosh, I absolutely love leg of lamb. Unfortunately it is not easy to come by.
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Favourite Leg of Lamb recipe? I just bought a bone-in leg of lamb, it was on special for $11/kg. It's almost 2 kg (~4.4 lbs). I looked at a lot of old posts about lamb and lamb recipes here on DC. I cooked a leg of lamb once before, on a charcoal grill. There was some sort of marinade. It was good, but nothing special. At over $20 for a chunk of meat, I want special. :lol: Recommendations? I'm not up for charcoal grilling it and even if I was, I don't think my hibachi is big enough. I have plenty of fresh rosemary and mint, as well as fresh dill, parsley, thyme, and oregano. 3 stars 1 reviews
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