64/365 Today I… fell for a Sheep trick

Today I… read this blog post and decided right away I want to cook both of these recipes. They look amazing- I am going to make both of these at Easter when the kids come home.

Thanks to oneequalstwo for a taste of Melbourne.

one equals two

[Recipe 1] SLOW-ROASTED LAMB SHOULDER with ROASTED GARLIC and POTATOES transforms into
[Recipe 2] 20-MINUTE LAMB GYROS with ROASTED GARLIC SAUCE

I’ve been the quintessential Melbourne chick lately, with the last two Saturdays spent rummaging through markets and pop-ups. The run-down: Gorman home pop-up, Latin American Festival, Design Files Open House and Maribyrnong Makers Market. Living in Melbourne is exhausting!
A chock-a-block Saturday preceded by five days of work is invariably followed by bedlam, with our house looking positively ransacked. So… with the washing machine on high rotation, and mountains of detritus to sort on a recent Sunday, I decided to slow-cook a chunk of lamb, a process I love as the meat can be ignored for the day while it does its thing. The result is an impressive-looking feast, with tender and juicy meat that literally falls away from the bone after a light prod with a…

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Interested in cooking and eating, books, theatre, crafts, thrift and upcycling.
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2 Responses to 64/365 Today I… fell for a Sheep trick

  1. Saskia (1=2) says:

    Thanks so much for re-blogging my recipes! Hope you enjoy them!

  2. Hannah Hughes says:

    Can’t wait to be the guinea pig!

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