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Reply #10 - Oct 3rd, 2018 at 6:29pm

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I found some lamb loin chops in a local iga today for $49.95 a kilo. I used to buy whole sheep at Bourke for $5 each. I miss hogget.
 
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Reply #11 - Oct 4th, 2018 at 8:11am

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Not only that KB, but until a couple of years ago all lamb shanks were cut with part of the ulna bone and knuckle in. Made for a far meatier shank but alas no more.
The skinny bloody offerings of today are all bone, tendons and not a whole lot of meat. Sad
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I think Michael, they call them a French cut shank these days. 

My Dad used to work in the Riverston Meatworks in the late 50’s and early 60’s and one thing he did bring home was good meat.

I still remember the smoked legs of lamb for Christmas.
 

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Smoked lamb leg Derek? I am running my smoker tomorrow and am looking for something different to try. I might give it a go if I can find a leg I can afford  Grin
If not then pulled pork it will have to be but everybody does pulled pork I was looking for something different.
Oh and by the way, remember that campmaid thing you sent me  Smiley I have been asked by heatbeads to road test one for them. I will be playing with it this weekend.
 
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Kingbrown wrote on Oct 5th, 2018 at 12:34pm:
Smoked lamb leg Derek? I am running my smoker tomorrow and am looking for something different to try. I might give it a go if I can find a leg I can afford  Grin
If not then pulled pork it will have to be but everybody does pulled pork I was looking for something different.
Oh and by the way, remember that campmaid thing you sent me  Smiley I have been asked by heatbeads to road test one for them. I will be playing with it this weekend.

Ron buy some cheap pork and get the butcher to pickle it. Then hot smoke it.
 

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