sheepmeat

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sheepmeat

[ˈʃiːpmiːt] Ncarne f de oveja
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Spanish-born Javier de la Hormaza is bringing the best of his home country to British shores with the launch of Grey's Fine Foods, a retail and wholesale food business which will offer rare delicacies such as milk-fed lamb, acorn-fed Iberico ham, marron glace and 100-year-old Brandy--to name but a few of the 100-plus products.
It includes milk-fed lamb from the Pyrenees, saffroninfused flatbread and edible gold leaf garnish.
Meanwhile the vision of him stuffing his face with everything from pink conger eel to milk-fed lamb is not going to fly away.
For the main course they tucked into milk-fed lamb flavoured with aromatic herbs and mustard accompanied by black truffles.
For the main course, they tucked in to milk-fed lamb, flavoured with aromatic herbs and mustard and accompanied by black truffles.
A 20-35 pound live weight milk-fed lamb or kid is favored.
Caviar, smoked salmon, crab, milk-fed lamb - the list of luxuries goes on and on.
26: Prepare your milk-fed lambs and kids born in mid January through February for this Easter market.
The top-quality, Sardinian milk-fed lambs are around 6kg in size with white flesh.
There are several types of lamb: baby milk-fed lambs less than 3 months old and usually sold whole; spring lamb 3 to 12 months; and mutton more than 2 years old, usually too strong for American palates.
April 15 (sunset) to April 21, 2014: Passover: Milk-fed lambs below 60 pounds are favored for the Passover market.