Do you eat lamb?

United States
January 13, 2010 9:13pm CST
I did a few weeks ago and I had not eaten it in years. I really did not care for it! It was on the dry side and not real taste to me! I would of rather had a hamburger!
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@Sandra1952 (6052)
• Spain
14 Jan 10
I love lamb, but it's the most expensive meat here in Spain. When we go to the UK to visit, I always bring some back with me. New Zealand or Welsh lamb is the best - lovely and juicy with a wonderful flavour.
• United States
17 Jan 10
At least you like lamb! I need to find places were it is prepared other ways to see if I really like lamb or not!
@thea09 (18320)
• Greece
18 Jan 10
Sandra you naughty meat smuggler, just wait till they catch you at customs trying to smuggle manic lamb disease into Spain. It's really pricey here too. You should pass some of your cabbage diet tips onto blueracket here, she's always complaining how fat she is.
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• Spain
18 Jan 10
Hello, Thea. Mad Lamb Disease was just a government plot - don't believe a word of it. Anybody can help themselves to my cabbages, anytime. The oranges are getting in short supply now. Fjaril's getting too fond of squeezing them.
@jb78000 (15178)
18 Jan 10
back when i ate meat i thought lamb was ok in a sauce but could be dry and tough just cooked plainly
@thea09 (18320)
• Greece
18 Jan 10
Hi rabbit, we had some lovely lamb chops the other weekend in the mountains, but I'd left my mint sauce at home, which is always such a nice addition. Of course its too expensive to eat in general now unless there's a bit of road kill.
@Torunn (2810)
• Norway
15 Jan 10
I love lamb and sheep, it normally taste more than beef. A Christmas speciality here is salted and smoked lamb ribs, which are put on wooden stick above boiling water. You have to cook them for some hours, and then it served with mashed turnip and potatoe. It's lovely.
• United States
17 Jan 10
That does not sound lovely! Yuck!
@Torunn (2810)
• Norway
17 Jan 10
It tastes great actually. But if you think that sounds bad, you should have seen the sheep head. Food that's looking at you is bit strange, but it tastes quite good too.
@ElicBxn (59911)
• United States
14 Jan 10
I like lamb, but considering that I'm allergic to meat, adding another meat to the rotation allows me to have more complete proteins, I also eat venison, bison and about any other meat I can find.
• United States
17 Jan 10
Never heard of someone allergic to meat before! At least lamb is an option for you!
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@ElicBxn (59911)
• United States
17 Jan 10
oh yeah, I know I'm not alone, I remember in college or there abouts they did a big article on 60 minutes about people with weird allergies and one fellow was allergic to beef little did we know then that I would become so allergic to foods...
@TAZNEM (656)
• Philippines
26 Feb 10
i eat goat meat but only for religion purposes and in small amount, i just dont like the smell of its meat so i am not very fund of i, i love eating other kinds of meat though
• United States
27 Feb 10
I never have eaten goat. Never had the opportunity to. Lamb is far my least favorite meat. I love chicken and beef. I'll eat ham and bacon when it comes to pork. I don't like eating other types of pork because it is really dry to me!
@BART78 (2933)
• Canada
14 Jan 10
lamb hot pot - lamb hot pot experience, chewy but tasty
i only eat lamb if it's home cooked, i had this exprience in a resto, i ordered lamb hot pot, the lamb is too chewy, my teeth almost taking out..., but i do admit lamb meat are good source of protein, and i need protein in my diet..
• United States
17 Jan 10
Never heard of lamb pot pie.
@CJscott (4184)
• Canada
14 Jan 10
I love lamb, especially when it is roasted with pesto. Done medium...mmm. At a restaurant where I used to work we served a pesto and dijon crusting rack of lamb, it was delicious.