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minncalif Mar 14, 2009 05:42 AM

Where can I buy a good lamb roast in MSP?

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    KTFoley RE: minncalif Mar 14, 2009 05:01 PM

    With lots to learn still about cuts of meat, a lamb roast is a new term for me.

    However, the meat counter at Seward Co-op is taking orders now for legs and racks of lamb for Easter. They might be a place to start?

    1. Foureyes137 RE: minncalif Mar 15, 2009 07:16 AM

      Are you looking for a leg, shoulder or a loin rack?

      We bought a loin rack at Clancy's last month that was very good and they frenched it for us upon request. We've purchased leg/shank from Holy Land and Kramarczuk's as well.

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        BigE RE: minncalif Mar 16, 2009 07:23 AM

        This probably isn't news to a lot of you, but I talked to the guys at the Wedge and they said they do legs and shoulders (also focused around Easter time, but they'll do it anytime).

        I got some shoulder chops from them last weekend and ended up making a delicious stew.

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          Enso RE: minncalif Mar 17, 2009 06:16 AM

          I saw several cuts of lamb at the Lunds on Lake St last week.

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