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    Roast Lamb...

    So my son requested roast lamb for his 8th birthday and i just had to oblige.

    Defrosted the leg, stuck it with a knife several times and inserted cloves of garlic and rosemary.

    Got the fire ready, let the coals settle a tad.

    Inserted the long prong up the lambs inside leg.....kiwis premature ejaculating now....

    Set it onto my battery operated spit turner.

    Coated it in a baste of virgin olive oil, mint sauce and rosemary.

    Slowly cook over 2 to 3 hours.

    The result, the best lamb I have ever tasted....mmmmmmmmm



    and after devouring half of it...

    I like poisoning my neighbours dogs till they die cos I'm a cnut

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    Good job!

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    oooooh that looks good !

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    Looks fine Nawty,, but I be damned if I gonna eat a mutton,, no fukin way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackgang
    but I be damned if I gonna eat a mutton,, no fukin way.
    It's lamb, not mutton.

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    Lamb.....finest meat on the planet....next to pussy anyway

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    Now I'm hungry, lamb is delicious, and with some homemade mint sauce on the side it's even better. But mutton no way.

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    It was the first time i had included mint sauce into the basting oils and it tasted great.....

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    First things first, that looks fooking lovely..secondly, did you get it around here??

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    Yeah, where you pick it from mate?

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    That looks to be a fine piece of lamb, I can just about taste it! And mint sauce too!!!
    Well done!!

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    Most of the Makros I have been in recently stock frozen NZ Lamb. They try and hide it in a special freezer, not where you find the normal frozen meats. Look around the area and you might see a "stand up" freezer. That is where they hide it in the srinakarin branch. Last time, I paid 680B for a 2KG leg.
    Last edited by Thai Pom; 02-03-2010 at 04:12 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nawty View Post
    It was the first time i had included mint sauce into the basting oils and it tasted great.....
    Not a bad idea, could infuse the oil with mint/garlic etc over a while for an experiment myself. Wifey tried lamb for the first time a week ago and loved it

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    Mate, that is mighty fine. Well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thai Pom
    Most of the Makros I have been in recently stock frozen NZ Lamb. They try and hide it in a special freezer, not where you find the normal frozem meats.
    Yup, in Chiang Rai it's just down from the Wild Boar, Croc and Emu.

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    I enjoy Lamb, but kids / wifey won't eat it, most of my mates aren't keen on it so I get a feed and the rest is wasted, Lamb don't reheat well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peterpan
    Lamb don't reheat well.
    but it's great on sandwiches the next day, and the day after, and the day after..

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    Quote Originally Posted by TizMe
    but it's great on sandwiches the next day, and the day after, and the day after..
    No it ain't ya silly fucker.
    Thats Beef you are talking about as I know it can't be pork, cause pigs here are butcher when they skinny.
    I was at a friends house awhile back and he had some roast lamb, and I tasted a small piece of it and it made me gag so I spit it out, When I was a boy my grandma would run about 3 of them fucking sheep across our table a year,, way to much for me..
    Nawty told me he made an order from SFS, so maybe thats where he got it. they made a gift of some sheep meat to me and I gave it to PP, guess he ate it, he never has said..

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    That pic made me hungry.

    Quote Originally Posted by blackgang View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TizMe
    but it's great on sandwiches the next day, and the day after, and the day after..
    No it ain't ya silly fucker.
    Thats Beef you are talking about
    You haven't lived until you've had a cold Lamb sarnie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by astasinim
    You haven't lived until you've had a cold Lamb sarnie.
    My Maternal Great Grandfather was a mutton rancher and he had 3 large bands of the stinking fuckers and they used to kill a sheep a few times a year at my Paternal grandparents house and expect me to eat it,, But they were Beef ranchers so we didn't have that shit often and even that was to much for me.
    If you come to my house and want to eat sheep, I will cook it but I won't eat it.

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    mmmmmmmmmmmmmm..Hungry as looking at that..!

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap
    First things first, that looks fooking lovely..secondly, did you get it around here??
    Kinda...it was delivered to our door from Bkk.

    I am getting some more next week and if you want, I could get some for you. Just let me know what and how much. They have great steaks, had 2 last night and lamb chops also.


    as for cold lamb sangers...hmmmm...had one for lunch yesterday....multi grain bread, lamb and whole grain mustard.....oh my god.


    I am lucky that the missus likes lamb and the kids love it....even nanny had a feed of it the other day.

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    Had this recently in Mukdahan. Bloody awesome it was.


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    What is it ???

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    Dead sheep.

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