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    Lamb shanks and linguini

    Tried this last nite and was excellent... No pics sorry, next time.

    Crockpot, two lamb shanks, one medium onion, 8-10 whole garlic cloves, one can of whole peeled tomatoes ( I used Brook), one good sized carrot-cut to bite size pieces, half a dozen or so dried mushrooms cut in bite size pieces, 1 tblespn dried oregano, 1 tblespn dried Thyme, 1 small can of tomato sauce, 1 cup of beef broth, salt and pepper to taste.

    Slice onion and line bottom of crock pot
    1 cup of broth ( I used Knorr powder two small teaspoons in hot water)
    add lamb shanks, carrots, mushrooms, spices, tomatoes and the juice, salt and pepper

    Cook on automatic for 6-8 hours until lamb is done. You can tell when the bone is pretty bare half way along.

    Remove shanks

    Put remaining stuff in a very large skillet or wide mouthed pan, ad the small can of tomato paste and simmer until your happy with the consistency. Add back the shanks and simmer long enough to insure shanks are warm.

    Server over Linguini....

    Can also serve with mashed
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    Very nice, one of my favourite dishes.

    They serve an excellent Lamb Shank with Penne at Antonio's on Sukhumvit 31 - Mama's recipe. Yummy.

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    Hi Mr. Gibbon!!

    I did a similar one on Sunday. Crockpot, 2 shanks, One Can French Onion Soup, One Can Minestrone Soup, Tablespoon of Rosemary, Let it bubble until I had finished golf. Simple and Lovely, Served with mash and a Singha of course!!

    Cheers, TP

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    I had a small slurp of the leftovers, and can confirm it was very nice, but not as good as mine.

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    ^ How did you get to Songkhla??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thai Pom
    How did you get to Songkhla??
    Aeroplane, same as you.

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    Don't have lamb around here.
    Have lots of goat though.
    Cook the same for kid shanks do you think?

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    Necron,

    I would say yes, just bubble them away, and as the gibbon says the meat shrinks along the bone when cooked.

    Cheers, Martin

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