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3-23-08 very good and I am not wild about lamb

March 23, 2007
Leg of lamb to fit crock pot
Celery to cover bottom of crock pot
1 large onion
Several large potatoes, cut into 1/2 inch cubes
1 lb. baby carrots
1 Tbs. water
sea salt, black pepper, and garlic powder
White and purple pearl onions
Fresh thyme and rosemary

Small amount of corn starch
Onion powder
Onion flakes
Garlic salt
Celery salt
Celery seeds
Celery powder

Get a leg of lamb that will fit and trim all exterior fat. Get enough
celery to slice lengthwise in half or thirds depending on size and
cover the bottom of the pot. Put the Leg of lamb on top. Dice a large
onion and add to the pot. Cube, 1/2 inch, several large potatoes and
add to pot. Get about a pound of baby carrots and add to the pot. Add
about a tablespoon of water. Using sea salt, black pepper and garlic
powder season to taste. Depending on the time available use either low
or high setting. Low will take approximately 6 to 8 hours while high
will take 4. About an hour before serving add white and purple pearl
onions, a sprig of thyme and one small piece of rosemary. Lamb should
be ready to fall off the bone. If you want you can make a gravy of the
liquid remaining, add a small quantity of corn starch onion powder,
onion flakes, garlic salt, celery salt, celery seeds and celery powder
to taste and whisk until smooth. If needed, use vegetable broth or
water to thin a little. Thickness is a personal choice. Gravy Master
doesn't really add much flavor but it will darken the gravy if you

Tom Clarke, Jackson, NJ


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