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Old 02-17-2013, 03:22 PM   #4
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tish & landarc

I had the same thought here - having done all the usual stuff over the years with charcuterie, hams and sausages

this cured lamb idea was stuck in my mind by a friend of my wife from Norway -
she goes way out of her way during the winter holidays to do some traditional lamb dishes like Fårikål, Pinnekjøtt and Spekemat.

There isn't much more of a traditional Norwegian meal than spekemat or cured meats. Spekeskinke (dried ham), Fenalor (dried mutton), and various salamis are served with potato salad, scrambled eggs with chives, lefse and flatbrod. And of course this hearty meal calls out for beer and aquavit as opposed to wine.

well here I am - had to just try it because I love Lamb anyway!!
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