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    Sqwertz Guest

    Default Weekend Eats: Lamb and Pasta Aglio Olio (pics)

    Besides making 4 hamburgers of varying condiments and adornments,
    these were the other 2 meals on this rare weekend at home (2 weeks
    in a row I've been home - the only two weekends since Christmas).

    Day 1 Dinner:

    Leg of lamb, accidentally fell asleep at woke up when it was 142F
    inside, but still quite juicy as evidenced by the wet cutting board.
    It was rubbed generously with EVOO, fresh thyme, fresh rosemary,
    sage, and fresh garlic.

    http://i44.tinypic.com/ezgbbp.jpg

    Israeli Couscous cooked in chicken stock with finely chopped veggies
    and some masala chat.

    Olives, peppers, and peperoncinis marinated in chardonay wine.

    http://i39.tinypic.com/2lllrvo.jpg



    Day 2
    Thin spaghetti, fruits de mer (mussels, clams, shrimp, octopus),
    garlic, butter, olive oil, heavy cream, chardonnay, parsley, chives
    with grated manchego cheese and more Napa Valley chardonnay-soaked
    antipasto from last night's lamb.

    http://i41.tinypic.com/16i7cd5.jpg

    Yes, that's a garlic butter hamburger bun. I cooked a lot of
    hamburgers this weekend and had two buns left over. Don't like it?
    Request a refund.

    In other Andy-like news, I even went to CostCo and managed to get
    out of there for only $187 after not having been there for 3 months.
    Hardly any foodstuffs, mostly boring household stuff.

    -sw

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    PickyJaz Guest

    Default Re: Weekend Eats: Lamb and Pasta Aglio Olio (pics)

    On Mar 14, 6:28*pm, Sqwertz <swe...@cluemail.compost> wrote:
    Snipety-doo
    > Leg of lamb, accidentally fell asleep at woke up when it was 142F
    > inside, but still quite juicy as evidenced by the wet cutting board.
    > It was rubbed generously with EVOO, fresh thyme, fresh rosemary,
    > sage, and fresh garlic.

    Oh, I dream of having roast lamb often, but living now alone without
    anyone near by to share it with precludes my used to be often
    roasting. I came to know and love lamb in 1960, and discovered by a
    what-to-do-with-leftovers that roasted lamb makes the best tacos
    ever. I roast a leg-of as taught by second dad's mom, merely with
    salt & pepper and poked in garlic slivers all about. Thank you so for
    sharing the lucious photo!
    ....Picky

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