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izzysdaddy
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!
MaVieRose
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 http://www.australian-lamb.com/lamb/recipes/shoulder.php 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 http://www.jamieoliver.com/forum/viewtopic.php?pid=248090 am sure it will be more appealing to u and family.

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