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Old 02-16-2014, 11:11 AM   #1
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Default Lamb Stew on the grill

This was cooked on the gasser but I liked it. Had a lot of flavor.

I cubed some lamb, drizzled with olive oil then sprinkled with smoked salt and cracked black pepper.. added a little bit of rosemary.



Cubed some veggies... tatoes, onions, turnips, parsnips, carrots...



drizzled them with oil, seasoned and let them grill. Tossed to cook evenly.



while the veggies grilled I started my stock pot. sautéed more onions, garlic and seasonings...thyme, rosemary and parsley.



added beef stock and the semi-tender grilled veggies..





I saved the lamb for last. Wanted them to be tender and pink in the center so I gave them a short grill.





added the grilled lamb to the pot, gave it a quick stir and it was ready to serve.










It was kinda tasty. Next time I will give it a try on a charcoal or woodburner to see how much difference there is.

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Old 02-16-2014, 11:21 AM   #2
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That looks absolutely amazing.
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Old 02-16-2014, 11:36 AM   #3
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Love that! Looks absolutely delicious Jeanie!

I don't eat enough lamb. Whenever I eat it I enjoy it as much as I enjoy anything else, but for some reason it doesn't always occur to me to cook it. I got a big ole hunk in the freezer that'll be getting cooked in the next week or 2 though.
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Old 02-16-2014, 11:44 AM   #4
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^ same here, Greg. That looks awesome, Jeanie. I could go for a bowl of that right now.
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Thanks ssv, Greg and Gary!
Greg I don't use lamb very often either.... but I love it. I'm looking forward to seeing how you cook your hunk.

Gary, I'd share.
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Old 02-16-2014, 12:32 PM   #6
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Great looking stew.

I'll have a bowl
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Beautiful cook Jeanie!
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Another great looking cook, Jeanie. I love lamb stew, don't make it often enough. Some smoke flavor might really add to the overall flavor of the stew.
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Way to go, Jeanie! BTW, there is an "On a Stick" TD going on currently!
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Looks great, Jeanie! That'd be fantastic up here on a cold day... And they're all cold days
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Yummmm!

I can't get anything but imported lamb around here even though Iowa raises quite a bit of it.

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Nice work! That would hit the spot about now.
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Now I have to make this again.
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Looks good Jeanie and i think you're right a wood or charcoal fire would give it a different taste profile.
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That looks hearty...
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