I've always been a lover of lamb and have previously ranted about Why Do So Few Americans Eat Lamb? The average American eats less than one pound of lamb a year, down from 4.5 pounds in the early 1960s. Lamb consumption is on the decline and we need to turn it around, to get more Americans consuming this delicious meat. I think that much of the issue revolves around misconceptions about lamb, primarily that people think it is too gamey and also feel it is too difficult to cook. At a Lamb Butchery Demo & Luncheon held at the Liquid Art House and sponsored by True Aussie Lamb, both of these misconceptions were satisfactorily destroyed.
Meat & Livestock Australia. For the last 38 years, Doug has been involved in the butcher trade so he possesses a wealth of knowledge and experience. At age 15, Doug wanted to be a carpenter however there were no jobs available in that field. He had an uncle who was a butcher and Doug then decided to opt for a butcher apprenticeship, and he has never looked back. Doug is also a personable man, down to earth and with a good sense of humor..
Lamb Recipes as well as an abundance of basic advice and suggestions for Cooking Lamb. If you can prepare a beef roast or a pork chop, you can prepare lamb. Get over your fear of cooking lamb and realize that it isn't any more difficult than any other meat. The second misconception has been corrected too!
After the butchery demo, we enjoyed a delicious four-course lamb lunch prepared by Chef Rachel Klein and her team. Every single one of these dishes featured lamb which possessed a mild taste, without any off-putting gamey flavors. The courses also showcased several different ways that lamb can be prepared. Our lunch helped show that not all lamb is gamey.
Lamb, it should be what's for dinner (or lunch, or brunch).