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Easter Lamb

TomT Apr 6, 2012 08:51 AM

Anyone know if there is a butcher in Central NJ that has baby lamb? Last minute I know, but its what I'm dealing with.

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    MRG58 Apr 6, 2012 09:52 AM

    I would call Ramon, a wholesaler. If he doesn't have a baby lamb available, he may be able to guide you to a butcher that could help.

    Hernandez Meat and Provisions
    635 Henry St
    Elizabeth, New Jersey 07201

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      Spaetzle75 Apr 6, 2012 05:13 PM

      So you want a whole lamb? because baby lamb is kind of redundant.

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        TomT Apr 16, 2012 10:40 AM

        thanks for the help, sorry for the delay in getting back.

        Yes, it is redundant. "baby" lambs refer to the younger milk fed lamb. The lambs we used to buy were probably dressed out at around 20 lbs for the whole lamb. For smaller family gatherings we would buy half the lamb. Spring lambs would be a bit larger...about 30- 40 lbs.

        Yeesh, writing about it I can almost understand vegetarians :)

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