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Best place to find find lamb shoulder

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My hubby mentioned he'd like to try a Tasting Table lamb daube recipe (http://www.tastingtable.com/entry_det...). I'm wondereing where's the best place to find good lamb shoulder (preferably as one was headed in a southeast direction out of the cities)

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  1. Any of the local co-ops or better grocery store meat counters might be able to order you one, or you can try sourcing it directly from a farmer. The localharvest.org website is a good resource for all things edible and local to your region.

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      1. I found a nice bone-in lamb shoulder (frozen) at Bills imported foods for 3.99 a pound

        1. The Meat Science program at the University of Minnesota has a sales room on Wednesday afternoons from 2-5, where they sell lamb and another other meat raised on campus. It is a great hidden gem. See http://www.ansci.umn.edu/meatlab

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          1. re: SpicySara

            Here is the correct link: http://www.ansci.umn.edu/meatlab.htm
            Wow, how is it possible that I've lived and cooked here all of my life AND am a U of M alum and never knew this?!
            Thanks for the tip!

            1. re: splatgirl

              There is also a dairy store upstairs which has great cheese and ice cream made with milk from UMN cows on the St. Paul campus. If you go try the Neworld Blue which is a white strain of blue cheese that they have won ribbons for at the state fair.

              http://fscn.cfans.umn.edu/researchand...

              1. re: splatgirl

                The corned beef is the best. They use a lot of spices.

              2. re: SpicySara

                The Meat Science program at UofMn doesn't seem to carry lamb shoulder.