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    Rack Of Lamb By Marie Photo courtesy of Bergy
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    My Mom prepared ham using this recipe for holidays or special occasions, and it always made the house smell wonderful. I remember watching her 'crack' the blanket off the ham, which both flavored it and kept it extremely moist. I've eaten it many times, but haven't made it myself yet.

    Recipe #114793

    This is my adopted recipe. I haven't made it yet.

    Recipe #11162

    This made the house smell heavenly, a perfect cool weather dish. The meat literally falls off the bones. Mashed potatoes as an accompaniment is a must. The total cooking time is actually 2 hours 15 minutes, adding in the time to thicken the sauce the total cooking time is 2 1/2 hours.

    Recipe #83973

    This is a recipe of my mother, Mary Marble Wettergreen, which she often prepared in the oven. But I have found that lamb shanks are ideally suited to the crockpot,. Assemble the crockpot version the night before or very early in the morning.

    Recipe #3728

    The inspiration for this recipe comes from Richard Olney’s Simple French Food, where the shanks and garlic are cooked with nothing more than a bit of water. This one has dry white vermouth and a few bay leaves to give the braising liquid an herbaceous flavor that permeates the meat and intensifies the dish. Lamb has a lot of fat, so be sure to take the time to thoroughly skim the sauce before serving. Better yet, braise the shanks a day or two before you plan to serve them (see Make-Ahead Tips, below).

    Recipe #477044

    2 Reviews |  By PennyG

    This should probably be called Chicken livers and gravy as it forms a wonderful tasting gravy. I've had this recipe for years but don't remember where I got it. I'm posting the recipe as written and added my additions at the end. Hope you like it, can be easily doubled or tripled.(though I don't double the margarine for cooking the livers)

    Recipe #168717

    I met a lady sorting through a bin of hams at the grocery store. I had missed those and she commented they were the best. They were smoked, mostly boneless, butt portions. Well, they were half the price of the sliced one I had in my basket, so I asked her how she cooked it. She wraps the ham in foil and cooks in the crock pot until done. The foil keeps the juices in, she said. So I tried it for Christmas Dinner. Superb.

    Recipe #273755

    8 Reviews |  By Peter J

    Modified version of a recipe I found on the 'net that I thought turned out great. Apart from a few small changes to seasoning the original recipe called for a cup of wine rather than beer, sometimes I feel with tomato that makes things a bit rich when slow-cooked and I thought the beer substitution worked well. If you don't want to use beer try a cup of beef stock instead of the stock powder / beer. Also whole garlic cooked this way doesn't taste strong at all, if you want it to have a strong garlic taste you'd need to crush some of it.

    Recipe #219321

    I cook mine a little bit different with bacon grease and onions, and then steam that puppy a while until it is tender and makes its own gravy.

    Recipe #145453

    I make this ham at the holidays and always receive rave reviews, this ham will be the star attraction at you table --- do not use sugar-free 7-up for this, make certain before starting this that you have a large enough roasting pan with a rack that will fit into the pan, a 12-pound ham will take a bit of time to bake so make certain that you have all your other dishes made ahead of time --- if you don't want to go the extra step with the pineapple and cherries you may omit and just make the ham using the brown sugar coating :)

    Recipe #78726

    Recipe #4544

    This is good over rice. Cooking time is not "passive" work time for this recipe because you have to stir most of the time.

    Recipe #238445

    Really easy and really delicious. Serve with tzatziki and a nice cabernet sauvignon.

    Recipe #170700

    Clipped from a magazine by my dd. I have no idea which one but this looks delicious.

    Recipe #390044

    This savory one-pot meal combines four classic Greek flavors - lemon, dill, parsley and lamb.

    Recipe #164633

    Traditionally this dish is made with calves livers but these are quite hard to get in New Zealand. I love this dish because its super easy and super cheap! It goes particularly well with a side dish of mash potatoes or parsnips!

    Recipe #453541

    DH and I made this recipe from the February 2009 edition of Bon Appetit a few nights ago and really enjoyed it. We usually prepare our lamb chops on the grill, but I thought that this recipe would lend itself well when grilling is just not practical. I am posting the recipe as printed in Bon Appetit, however, DH suggested that next time I chop the rosemary and thyme leaves, rather than lightly crush them with my mortar and pestel. Prep time includes marinating time.

    Recipe #385345

    67 Reviews |  By Dawn

    Honey Baked Hams are basted in fruit juices and then glazed with a mixture of brown sugar and honey. Here is a copy cat recipe from Family Circle Magazine. Have to say, I love Honey Baked Hams. Makes 1 7 lb. ham.

    Recipe #45896

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