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Unread 04-08-2009, 08:52 PM   #1
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Default lamb anyone?

Noob here
I recently purchased a lamb from the youth livestock show. I have a bunch of different cuts from leg to shoulder roast to chops.
Any thoughts for cooking lamb?
I have a smoker with indirect heat and a gas grill
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Unread 04-08-2009, 09:58 PM   #2
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This probably isn't the answer you're looking for, but this is how we did a leg of lamb on a camping trip a couple of weeks ago.... indirect heat :)

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i love to rotis my lamb. just bought a boneless leg from costco and gonna rotis it on sat.
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Man that cook out looks great!!! Uh - where and when did you say you were going next time?

To the original post.

I really like lamb, particularly American lamb - it seems to me it tastes a bit sweeter while the Aussie and NZ lamb is a bit gamey...not bad, just like the sweeter taste more.

Today I just happened to read an interesting recipe today about lamb shoulder being very tasty and pull-apart tasty when prepared in a slow slow cook. This particular writer prepared it in the oven or a dutch oven, pretty much the way you might prepare a pork shoulder indoors. It got me to thinking and I took a good look at the recipe again and decided I would try preparing a lamb shoulder low and slow in my Silver Smoker this weekend. If I can find one at the butcher!
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Yep Weber rotisserie!
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