FYI two things: A.) Bones are very nutritious and have been removed from American tables by grocers. Just try to find a knuckle now. AND B.) I bet your grandmother never used canola oil, unless this isn't really traditional. Canola oil has only been around since the 20th century. In spite of your obvious dislike for Americans, I thank you for your contribution and forgive you your prejudice. Good luck.
Nice recipe y'all !
As an Irish born American, with a long Irish lineage, I have never come across a recipe for Irish lamb stew that did not have potatoes. A little less American bashing would be good, too. However, I did like the addition of the caraway.
This is a great recipe, though a smaller dose of her misconceptions about Americans would have been better.
This was tasty, but next time I will add potatos and carrots. That's probably the "American" in me, but that's the way I like stew. Great flavor. Can't wait to serve the leftovers over noodles.
This was tasty. I halved the recipe, upped the garlic, and added red potatoes, baby carrots, parsnips, and about 1/4 tsp rosemary. Despite being a molly-coddled American, I'll make this again. Thanks for posting. (By the way, stews are not considered high-brow in the States either-- it's by tradition a working class meal here too.)
Sorry, what do 9.N & 10. B. mean? I am a way novice cook & this recipe sounds wonderful. TY :-) Kat