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September 06, 2008

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josie

That sounds so delicious and the weather seems like it is turning, so a perfect dish for now. I can't wait to try this one. Do you think you could do this in a slow cooker/ cock-pot ?

andrew

Hey Josie - I'm sure it would turn out great in a slowcooker - I would just do steps 1-4 normally (the browning is important) and then step #5 and on would work perfectly in your crockpot.

Kelly

I was telling my hubs last night how I was so looking forward to cooler weather primarily so I could braise some meat! I think I will make ossobucco this fall and plenty of pot roast(s). This lamb shoulder looks heavenly.

On a totally different topic, I finally posted about the tomato pesto pie on my blog. Thanks for your suggestions, I was pleased with the results!

LyB

I love those kinds of dishes. So easy to prepare and with the weather getting cooler by the day, this will be perfect comfort food. Great presentation, by the way! :)

peabody

Looks so comforting. I will save this for a winter day.

Amanda

Hey, the Chinese government let me on today! The lamb looks great. I love, love, love, a good braise.

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Hey, the Chinese government let me on today! The lamb looks great. I love, love, love, a good braise.

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Tomorrow is an other day!@

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you can do better!

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