Lamb Kebab's

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  1. Trlsmn

    Trlsmn
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    Lamb Kebab's

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  2. The B

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    my wife has been out of town for the last week.. i've lost about 85lbs... you're killing me.
     
  3. 19 Adam

    19 Adam
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    My neighbor has lambs...wonder if he would miss one?
     
  4. The B

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    probably... but can he prove anything? one word: suppressor.

    i haven't had lamb in ages.. my mother used to be friends with an old Lebanese woman who made some outstanding lamb dishes, but she kicked the bucket about a decade ago. could be i haven't had lamb since...? yours sure looks good, though. i've literally been on about half rations since my wife left, and plan to hit the grocery store on my way back from the gym tonight. i have absolutely no clue what to get, or what i'm gonna do with it once i get it home, but i have got to eat something.
     
  5. marty8587

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    Those look great! I am going yo Medford soon and am picking up a whole butchered lamb on the way home. There needs to be a NWFA cookbook!
     
  6. The B

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    what kind of veggie meddly is that?
     
  7. Trlsmn

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    That's Tomato (deseeded), Cucumber, Lettuce, Feta, Greek Yogart, Lemon juice and Cavenders seasoning.
     

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