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    Help me cook lamb

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    I've got a butterflied leg of lamb in my freezer. I've never cooked lamb before. Any suggestions? Preferably without the oven, we're crazy hot here.

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    Dice it for souvlaki (cook on the bbq). Just google a recipe
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    Do you have an outdoor grill? You could do kababs with some of that sauce Mark had in his post the other day.

    http://www.marksdailyapple.com/primal-bbq-sauce/
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    All good suggestions. Another option is crock pot.
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    here's a thought - Mario Batali's grilled butterflied leg of lamb OR this lovely Grilled butterflied leg of lam with olive fennel tapenade. Lamb is, in my humble opinion, perfect on the grill!!

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    Thanks We did just get a grill, still kinda learning our way around it, it's charcoal, we've only had propane before, but those ideas all look doable. I bought it, then just kinda panicked that I had no clue what to do with lamb so it's just sat in the freezer all unloved.

    Thinking I might put hubby to work grilling this for us
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    I love it on the grill, drenched in olive oil, a little thyme and garlic cooked medium rare. Yum!!

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    get that lamb out of the freezer and eat it!!

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    I know you've already cooked your lamb, but just in case you need another recipe, one of the only ways I enjoy lamb is browned, coated in a paste of garlic, sea salt, and pepper and then slow cooked in a dutch oven with apple cider with a few onions and cranberries until falling apart. It is soooo good!!

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