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    So what is one to do when they find themselves faced with a large portion of leftover roast leg of lamb? Birria! (pron. bee-ree-a, with the "r" rolled in the Spanish style) Though traditionally made from goat, this Mexican stew with origins in the state of Jalisco was not safe from my need...
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    This post is all about sauce, a really simple sauce, and a really simple way to make a special dinner for a special guest. I always say cooking is not complicated and this is as uncomplicated as it gets. No fancy recipes just plain off the shelf ingredients. Here I present a simple dish...
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    This is a saddle of lamb. This is what appears in the grocery store cut up as lamb chops. Lambs meant for the grocery store are butchered into thirds and this is the middle. This is also where the rack of lamb comes from, only this has section of ribs that wraps around removed. It also has...
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    The ingredients of Hearty Lamb Pilaf are simple and few. The Hearty Lamb Pilaf is rich in flavor and starts with lamb, tomatoes and garlic and is finished with plump raisins, pimientos and fat green peas. All food connoisseurs will love to have these pilafs. Ingredients to make Hearty Lamb...
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    Historically, feasting on lamb was a traditional means of ushering in the spring season. The natural breeding cycle of sheep produces lamb in the months of March and April; hence the term spring lamb. This however, is an informal definition. A lamb is a sheep less than one year old. A baby...
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