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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Lamb and Cabbage

Good morning,

My Honey made Lamb and Cabbage in the crock pot and it was marvelous.  It's not beautiful, but it sure is GOOD!  It is Norwegian comfort food that we enjoy at all times of the year.

He posted a picture on Facebook and a friend asked how he made it.  Here's what Kjell wrote:

Needed: Large Crock Pot, Large Lamb Leg, two heads of cabbage, salt, and peppercorns.
Cut the lamb leg in bite size pieces. Cut the cabbage in either wedges or thick slices. Fill the crock pot with alternating layers of cabbage and lamb. Use a little
salt and peppercorn between each layer. If you don’t want peppercorn floating around, tie them in a muslin bag. Fill the crock pot up with approximately ¾ with water since there is already a lot of water in the cabbage. Good to go after approximately six hours.
It's even better the second day.....

Yep, it's that easy!


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