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October 18, 2012

Irish lamb stew with a twist, from Simply Recipes

Irish lamb stew, from Simply Recipes (on Soup Chick).

Last month my friend Fay turned 90, and friends and family gathered at a local pub to celebrate her birthday. Fay chose the menu for dinner: her favorite, Irish stew, and carrot cake for dessert. Ever since, I've had this stew from Simply Recipes on my mind. Elise uses lamb shoulder, browned in bacon fat, and adds carrots, thyme, and Yukon Gold potatoes. Layer upon layer of flavor makes for a remarkably good stew, and if you have time to make it a day ahead, it will be that much better.

Get the recipe for Simply Recipes' Irish lamb stew with a twist.

More on Soup Chick:
Quick and easy Scotch broth
Tomato-lamb stew with smoky eggplant purée, from Laurie Constantino

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Posted by: Kalyn | October 19, 2012 at 03:00 PM

This looks like a delicious version of lamb stew. (I'm craving lamb lately, now that I'm not supposed to eat it.)

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