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clare eats

YUM Lyn!!!!
I think it must be the Australian thing... I LOVE Lamb *baaa*
The salsa is a great idea!

sam

It must be a commonwealth thing - I am mad for lamb too. It was the undoing of 10 years vegetarianism for me.
+ I really love the taste of crispy lamb fat.

I used to make a recipe back in the UK 5 or 6 years ago, I think I got it in a magazine - anyway it was a tabbouleh (cous cous grain) with nectarines, red onion and mint intead of tomato, cucmber and parsly. It was a delicious, so I know for a fact your salsa must be wonderful too.

anthony

As a lover of rare lamb roasts I salute you. Nicely captured pic too, I might add.

Rural cognoscenti will argue for mutton but I don't want to get into that here.

Barbara

Hey, we Americans love the lamb, too!

Well, at least, I do. And I admit to being weirdly European in my tastes for an American--it is because on one side of the family, I a set of great grandparents were British immigrants (Welsh and Ango-Irish) so on that side of the family, we ate Brit food that no one else had heard of in West Virginia. On the other side of the family, my great-grandparents were German immigrants who were farmers and butchers--so I grew up eating lamb and mutton and saurbraten and suchlike as that. Again, stuff that most West Virginia kids would turn their noses up at.

So here I am. Looking lustfully upon your lamb roast and thinking about that leg of lamb in my freezer....

megwoo

Lamb is amazing just on it's own but your peach and mint salsa is a brilliant idea! Well done!

Fatemeh

Oh... this just sounds so delicious.

Did you read my little rant about a wine education? I always used to think of lamb as "red wine" meat, until I had a bit of an education a few weeks ago.

I bet your lamb would be absolutely amazing with a crisp rose.

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