Lamb Carnitas Tacos

We just heard back from the lamb folks… and unfortunately our most awesome Barbacoa Lamb didn’t win. The winning recipe for DC involves Indian spice and sounds pretty good. Thats ok, we still love lamb and had a blast. It was a seriously good recipe and you should try it. However, it wasn’t the only […]
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Lamb Supper Club: The B-Side

Lamb is of course the focus of our Lamb Supper Clubs. However, the apps, sides, desserts and drinks have all been getting more and more elaborate each time. Our final one, where we served Braised Lamb Shanks, was no exception. This time we had two fabulous batches of bread, which were absolutely critical for sopping […]
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Lamb Supper Club: Braised Lamp Shank

I suppose it is only appropriate that the Tri-Lamb Group arranged for three Lamb Suppers. I am sad that we have reached the end though. Unlike the Godfather, the final chapter of this trilogy may have been the best! The Braised Lamb Shank is an excellent winter recipe. The dish is warming and hearty, and […]
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Lamb Supper Club: Flock-upy Wool-street

The nice folks on the Tri-Lamb Council recently sent us our next shipment of lamb. The seasonal recipe this time around was a lamb flatbread with arugula and goat cheese. It is ground lamb, which is a fun switch from the large roast we had last time. They sent the lamb, along with everything needed […]
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Leg of Lamb Done Right

For the past couple of years we haven’t done much for Easter. Sure we exchanged some candy, but we never really cooked up a big meal. However, this year Carolyn’s parents came down to visit, giving us a perfect excuse to put together something a little fancier. Lamb is of course a traditional Easter meat, […]
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Lambcetta and Lamb-L-Ts

With all the bacon loving going on, I surprised it has taken me so long to come across bacon made out of something else besides pork. I found lamb bacon recently at the most excellent White House Farmers’ Market. Pancetta is an Italian style of bacon. Unlike American bacon, it is not smoked and instead […]
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7 Hour Lamb – in a Slow Cooker

This year we stuck around for Thanksgiving instead of going up to Massachusetts. It was our first time not traveling, so for the first time we got to got to plan a Thanksgiving meal. Instead of making a traditional turkey we decided to make lamb. As long as you are roasting a large amount of […]
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Lamb Salad with Arugula and Gorgonzola

So what do you do with the leftovers from making an entire leg of lamb… Lamb salad! Lamb has a pretty strong flavor so you need a salad that can stand up to it. We went with Arugula for the greens. Spinach or perhaps something like mustard greens. We also added gorgonzola and red onions. […]
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Garlic, Rosemary Roast Leg of Lamb

Some dishes take a little chutzpah to pull off. I think large roasts fall in this category. First off, buying a large enough amount of meat to roast usaully cost a lot of money. Secondly, when you make a roast you are usaully making it for a lot of people. This means if you mess […]
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