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post #21 of 30
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Originally Posted by dougmays View Post

that olive rub/marinade looks so good! that whole plate looks awesome!

 

Hi Doug,

 

Thanks so much!  The olive tapenade did really work well as a lamb marinade, and the extra tapenade was yummy on crostini as a snack too!  I hope you have a chance to give it a shot.

 

Thank for looking at my post, and have a great weekend!

Clarissa

 

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Originally Posted by sarnott View Post

Clarissa,

That looks fantastic. I've never smoked lamb but obviously, I need to try! I have to say that I'm a fanatic about reverse searing and that lamb shows how good it can come out.

Great job!

Scott

 

Hi Scott,

 

Thank you very much for the compliment and for checking out my post!  This was my first try at reverse searing, and I have to say that I am feeling a bit fanatical about it too!  I hope that you get a chance to try smoked lamb.  It was delicious the first night, and I also ended up chopping some of the leftover smoked lamb and adding it to ground lamb to make Shepherd's Pie as a midweek dinner. The hint of smoke in the Shepherd's Pie added some real depth of flavor.

 

I hope you have a great weekend!
Clarissa

post #22 of 30
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Originally Posted by SnorkelingGirl View Post

 

Hi Doug,

 

Thanks so much!  The olive tapenade did really work well as a lamb marinade, and the extra tapenade was yummy on crostini as a snack too!  I hope you have a chance to give it a shot.

 

Thank for looking at my post, and have a great weekend!

Clarissa

 

 

Hi Scott,

 

Thank you very much for the compliment and for checking out my post!  This was my first try at reverse searing, and I have to say that I am feeling a bit fanatical about it too!  I hope that you get a chance to try smoked lamb.  It was delicious the first night, and I also ended up chopping some of the leftover smoked lamb and adding it to ground lamb to make Shepherd's Pie as a midweek dinner. The hint of smoke in the Shepherd's Pie added some real depth of flavor.

 

I hope you have a great weekend!
Clarissa

Ummmm , what time is mid-week dinner???  I'll bring my own bib!!!  I love Shepherd's pie!!! The last one I made with smoked tri-tip was awesome!

post #23 of 30
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Originally Posted by dirtsailor2003 View Post

Ummmm , what time is mid-week dinner???  I'll bring my own bib!!!  I love Shepherd's pie!!! The last one I made with smoked tri-tip was awesome!

 

I think I got that idea from you too!  You must be my cooking muse, Case!  And you were spot on....the smoky taste in the Shepherd's Pie really was great.  Good thing I've got 3 more 1/2 leg of lamb in the freezer!

post #24 of 30

Great bit of cookerydrool.gif,start to finish. Turned out a lovely colour,just the way I like it done. It should convert non beleivers.
 

post #25 of 30
Love me some Leg of lamb.. I love to just make a very very garlicky pesto.. rub and over night marinade.. then smoke with some avacado chunks alow and low.. sooooooo good.
great looking meat and even better post. Keep it up
Mike
post #26 of 30
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Great bit of cookerydrool.gif,start to finish. Turned out a lovely colour,just the way I like it done. It should convert non beleivers.
 

Thanks, Mick! 

 

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Originally Posted by webowabo View Post

Love me some Leg of lamb.. I love to just make a very very garlicky pesto.. rub and over night marinade.. then smoke with some avacado chunks alow and low.. sooooooo good.
great looking meat and even better post. Keep it up
Mike

 

Thank you, Mike!  And I love your garlic pesto idea as a marinade!  I'll have to give that a try too.

post #27 of 30
Its worth it Clarissa..
This was my Christmas dinner last year... I think there was about 50 cloves of garlic... 35 in the leg.. 15 in pesto.. I said very garlicky. .. ;)





Man I love lamb..
post #28 of 30
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Its worth it Clarissa..
This was my Christmas dinner last year... I think there was about 50 cloves of garlic... 35 in the leg.. 15 in pesto.. I said very garlicky. .. ;)





Man I love lamb..

Wow!  That is amazingly gorgeous!  Beautiful job on that lamb....thanks so much for showing those pictures!  I'll definitely give your recipe a try.

 

Have a great day!
Clarissa

post #29 of 30
And thank you again..
A lot of people dont like lamb.. so in my family. . I just say a "smoked garlic roast" and the kids and the elders. . Think its the BEST 'beef' they have every had..
Im craving lamb now.. might throw one in the uds sunday when I do some links for father's day ;)
post #30 of 30
All lamb posted in this thread looks great and well cooked...I am intrigued by the pesto lamb and will have to try something like that out for myself.
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