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Cooking & Preserving Foods: Shoulder of lamb

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southend on sea
United Kingdom

January 31, 2009
11:29 AM

Post #6073922

As a still learning cook and working dad, I have discovered the advantages of a slow cooker. I tried, with very good results, cooking a breast of lamb in my slow cooker. For this weekend I 've bought a shoulder of lamb(my favourite!) and I'm wondering whether I can slow cook a shoulder of lamb? All answers gratefully recieved!
High Desert, CA
(Zone 8a)

February 1, 2009
6:22 AM

Post #6077495

here is a link w/numerous lamb shoulder recipe cook the slow way. pick ur choice, as to what meet ur palate's taste click the menu on right side of ur monitor. the menus are appealing to me. in the near future, i will be exploring on them myself. enjoy!

ma vie

edited to add: try #16 on this link am sure it will be more appealing to u and family.

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