breast of lamb

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a cut of lamb including the breastbone and attached muscles dressed as meat

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5 Unroll the breast of lamb and spread the stuffing down the length of it, leaving a 1cm edge all around.
RIGHT INGREDIENTS: Tim Bilton has relied on his Yorkshire roots for his book which includes breast of lamb (inset)
20 BUYING cheaper types of meat such as liver or breast of lamb.
That said, I get absolutely no pleasure from cutting up a raw chicken, boning a breast of lamb or any kind of meat, and avoid it whenever possible, but sea food - that's a totally different kettle of fish.
He also dishes up a tempting, tender breast of lamb with onions and prepares the perfect orange caramel custard (otherwise known as creme caramel).
It'll be breast of lamb next I suspect: if they want an expert they can call on me.
Apple and orange juice, garlic sausage (Carys' favourite), Cheddar cheese, Danish Blue, fresh Parmesan, melon, raspberries, blueberries, small breast of lamb (for tonight), carrots, potatoes and some leftover pasta from last week.
out with her shopping basket and she came back from Farm To Freeze in Wooler with half a local-bred lamb, butchered into shoulder and leg joints, breast of lamb and a dozen thick chops for pounds 35.
He had told neighbours before he set off at about 10am that he was going to the butcher's to buy a breast of lamb and to withdraw cash from the bank.
It was the daddy of them all, Aglianico, that we were lucky to have a gargle of, paired up with the almost pornographic deep fried breast of lamb.
Douglas, 82, first set up shop in the post-War make-do-and-mend era in 1947 when cuts of meat like neck and breast of lamb were the order of the day.
I used to think, as I prepared the cheap cut of meat we were having for Sunday lunch, that I could easily write a book entitled 1001 ways with a breast of lamb.
One recipe I always wanted to cook and eat of hers was breast of lamb St Mpounds npounds hould, in a book called An Omelette and a Glass of Wine.