And a bottle goes a long way.
But I can usually only find the blackberry at BevMo.
Goodness. I do and I never knew. Must try it some time.
Tonight's party for me was a church potluck for our patron saint's feast day. I prepared four small legs of lamb from Trader Joe's (about 12# total) for barbequing with a double recipe of the marinade I posted recently (my dad's recipe). It was a big hit.
Bill's Butterflied Leg of Lamb
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kalanamak or so subsequent and is dying. for sure. I have insomnia, so I went back through Google to see if anyone had commented on my post. It's been busier here...
for a 5-6 lb WELL-TRIMMED, boneless, butterflied leg:
1-2 cup lemon juice 1-2 cup "salad oil" (I used a combo of canola and cheapo olive) 1-4 cup grated yellow onion (fridge the onion first to cut down on the tears) 1-2 cloves garlic, smooshed 1 teaspoon salt About 1 teaspoon black pepper Herbs to taste - I had fresh thyme, oregano, and rosemary and left them in branch format
Marinate 1 hr at room-ish temp or overnight in the fridge, turning occasionally.
If I had had more energy I would have made the herbs into a paste (you can do that with the salt - esp. if you have a mortar and pestle) for better dispersion. But it was pretty tasty as-is.
And someone else cooked it for me, did all the setup, made all the sides, and did all the cleaning! All I did at the party was eat, schmooze, and take my pans home with me to put in the dishwasher. Woohoo!
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AlleyGator me must the the Hey Gator! Kili sent me a copy of your note. Guess I'd better keep Googling this thread. It's so good...