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Christmas Dinner- I'd really appreciate your thoughts
Virgil_Leads_YouNot on Any Podcast or AffliatedDon't Even Own a MikeRegistered Userregular
I have a small problem. I have gradually started, this past year, cooking meals for my family.
I'm still an amateur, however, I've become very confident in making delicious roasts with pork, beef, chicken, and turkey. I was planning on attempting a roast of a crown of lamb for the reunion, until I learned today, that my father will not "eat cute adolescent animals".
I really desire to cook a great, memorable meal when my entire family drives in on Christmas. It's silly, but it's really has become a big wish for me.
I currently reside in a modern populated city along the Ohio River in Kentucky, & I was wondering what I should attempt to cook instead.
The appeal of the lamb, was that it was a meat that I had never worked with before, while having a great reputation as a roast. Are there any other meats that roasts well - that a schmuck in Kentucky could acquire?