If there is one meat I cannot stand it is WOOLY MAGGOT Even the smell of it
cooking makes me retch :^( Dont know why, my wife loves the stuff.
I am however partial to mint sauce on a Roast rib of beef dinner, with roast
potatoes, cauliflower, roast parsnips, yorkshire pudding, carrots and gravy,
not forgetting the hot mustard
--- On Mon, 12/10/09, Brian Swale <bj@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> From: Brian Swale <bj@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: Re: [OM] Nathan's PAD 11/10/2009: from my morning ride
> To: olympus@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Date: Monday, 12 October, 2009, 1:43 PM
> Ag wrote:
> > What is really unexplainable is that here in Iowa we
> actually have a lot
> > of sheep production--sheep specifically bred for food,
> not hair, so it
> > tastes better. You think we can actually buy
> lamb here? Nope. Nearly
> > impossible to get and what you can find has been
> imported from somewhere
> > else in the country.
> > Bugs me too, since I have several lamb recipes that I
> love to make.
> Not to worry; hogget is MUCH tastier than lamb.
> Also, if good taste and eating quality are what you want,
> the breed of sheep
> and what they have been fed on, are all-important. The best
> is merino, a
> very fine-wool sheep, fed on totally unimproved pasture.
> Hogget or two-tooth
> ewe preferably.
> Brian Swale.
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