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Old 05-08-2013, 07:55 PM   #1
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Default a lamb Prosciutto - the end of the story..

quite a while ago I started a "first for me" project..

a Lamb Prosciutto..

http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=154086

well - after a patient wait - since mid February - here the results..



dry enough to take the knife to it....




and the taste ?
a very intense taste of Lamb - I love it !! definitely a keeper !!




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Old 05-08-2013, 08:17 PM   #2
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Wow, that looks great. I too love the taste of lamb. That has to explode with flavor.
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^^^^^^
Love lamb as well.

That looks awesome! Thanks for posting.
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It looks terrific. Was it flavoursome & moist???
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I have to give this to you...

Absolutley OUTSTANDING!

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I am in shock. AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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That looks fantastic
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That looks awesome. Must of been hell waiting for a taste.
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I missed the thread starting this project. Thanks for sharing, sounds like something I might have to try as well.

Nice job.
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That looks amazing! I bet it tastes like a bit of heaven. I am a little green.
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That looks awesome. Must of been hell waiting for a taste.
yes - specially since it was the first time I tried this..
luckily I make cured /air dried stuff (Sausages, Bresaola, Lonzino, Prosciutto, Carne Salata etc. ) quite often so there is always something to munch on..
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It looks terrific. Was it flavoursome & moist???
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yes very tasty !! and as usual with airdried meats - the first couple of slices are a bit drier and darker - but once you get in further, as you can see on the plated slices, the meat is nice, soft and moist.
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That looks awesome. Some cheese and wine and you'll have the perfect meal.
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That looks awesome. Some cheese and wine and you'll have the perfect meal.
I like your thinkin'

now I'm thinking a plate with :
mixed greens
sliced Lamb Prosciutto
drizzle of mixed olive oil & balsamic vinegar
freshly cracked black pepper
shaved Parmesan cheese
some Olives Nicoise
and ... a nice cold lightly bubbly Vinho Verde to complete lunch ?
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I like your thinkin'

now I'm thinking a plate with :
mixed greens
sliced Lamb Prosciutto
drizzle of mixed olive oil & balsamic vinegar
freshly cracked black pepper
shaved Parmesan cheese
some Olives Nicoise
and ... a nice cold lightly bubbly Vinho Verde to complete lunch ?
I like your style! May I suggest a little arugula tossed in some EVOO and lemon juice for the greens. A little peppery bite would probably set that off.
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