Lamb shank definitions
Lambs Shanks are perfect for the home cook that has a little bit more time on their hands, or someone looking to make a spectacular dish for comparatively little cost. Lamb Shanks may not be as versatile as some cuts of lambs, but what it lacks in versatility, it makes up in flavour. Needing little preparation, they’re best slow-cooked over several hours, so that the meat falls off the bone. Serve one per person for a delicious meal you’ll want to cook over and over again – find out more about how to cook easy lambs shanks below.
a cut from the arm of shoulder, consisting of leg bone as well as part of rounded shoulder bone, and covered by a thin layer of fat as well as dropped (a slim, paper-like covering).
a cut from the top part of the leg.
Mutton bar-b-que is a custom in Western Kentucky. The location was strong in the wool trade, which provided lots of older sheep that required to be put to use.
Thin strips of fatty mutton can be cut into a substitute for bacon called Macon.
Lamb tongue is preferred in Centre Eastern food both as a cool cut and also in preparations like stews.