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    Re: For the Lamb Lovers out there

    Thanks for the tips/videos. As much as the wife and I love to eat lamb, we don't seem to cook it too often.

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    Re: For the Lamb Lovers out there

    I've bought allot of Meat there over the years, good quality and good price, never been stung.

    Tom

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    Re: For the Lamb Lovers out there

    Quote Originally Posted by drstressor
    You lamb lovers in Reno and Carson should try Wolfpack Meats.
    Thanks Doc. Sure seems like a place I need to visit.

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    Re: For the Lamb Lovers out there

    You lamb lovers in Reno and Carson should try Wolfpack Meats. We used to really love their lamb we were at the University. The marinated stuff is to die for. Their meat is fresh and the prices are right.

    http://www.cabnr.unr.edu/wpm/

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    Re: For the Lamb Lovers out there

    Thanks guys, I couldn't have said (demonstrated) it better myself.

    Start on the side with less meat and work around the leg bone(s) with a sharp boning knife. *;D

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    Re: For the Lamb Lovers out there

    [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7NLHU9V5MUg[/media]

    Part II
    [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XjqTuLr_NBA[/media]

    OR
    [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=poWt5juxdAw[/media]

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    Re: For the Lamb Lovers out there

    Quote Originally Posted by DazShooter
    Tips for butterflying a leg of lamb?
    DazShooter, see below

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    Boning a leg of lamb

    To ensure a neat, easy job, use a narrow, rigid boning knife.

    1. There are three bones to remove: the shank bone, which juts out of the meat at the narrow end; the middle bone, which is attached to the shank bone by a ball and socket joint; and the V-shaped pelvic bone, which turns across the thick end of the joint.

    2. Lay the leg fleshy side down. Start at the shank end and, holding the knife like a dagger, cut through the flesh down to the shank bone beneath. Change your grip to the normal one and cut along the bone, keeping the knife as close to the bone as possible, so as not to waste any of the meat.

    3. Scrape round the ball and socket joint then cut along the middle and pelvic bones. Use your fingers to locate each bone in turn and work from both ends of the leg if you find it easier. Gradually ease the bones out, one by one. The boned meat is now ready to be stuffed, rolled and tied up for roasting.

    4. To open the boned meat out flat for grilling which is also known as butterfly boning, make two further parallel cuts through the thick pieces of meat on either side of the space left by the middle bone. Beat the meat once or twice with a wooden mallet to even out the thickness, then grill or barbecue.

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    Re: For the Lamb Lovers out there

    Tips for butterflying a leg of lamb?

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    Re: For the Lamb Lovers out there

    You can use any Mushroom you have, I will generally mix two or three types that I find at the market.

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    Re: For the Lamb Lovers out there

    Holy!!! :o
    4 CUPS OF CHANTERELLES? I need to put in some overtime!!! :D ;) :D

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