We aren’t having lamb for Easter this year. That puts us in a minority here in Ireland. Roast leg of lamb is a traditional favourite. I could cite the icy weather that has meant a lot of the new season lamb is not ready for an early Easter. But I won’t. It’s not because Easter falls on April Fools Day either. No, we are not having lamb because we had it last Sunday instead. I was looking forward to preparing it and having a traditional Easter Sunday dinner. But the Wife suggested that I prepare something new with a leg of lamb and put it here for you to see. So, I prepared Roast Leg of Lamb with Mustard and Honey. If the religious amongst you need an excuse to say “Praise the Lord”, this is it.
We live in a rapidly polarising and intolerant world. More and more of us have no room to share with anybody who has different views, different religion, different nationality, different colour or different sexuality to ourselves. It’s kind of easy for me to take a stand on this as I don’t have a religion, have very few views on anything of importance, am a citizen of the world, in my underwear, I am a pasty colour that is best kept covered up and you can mind your own business on the sexuality bit.
I don’t eat a lot of pork. I don’t like it. I don’t like the fact that so much of the world’s pork is factory reared giving the pigs involved a pretty poor life and giving the meat from those poor animals very little in the way of texture and flavour.
f yu cn red ths yu ar prbbly a hily ntlegnt an goo lookn prson. N fct, yu ar undutbly to intlgnt fo ths rcpie. F yu cnt ndrstnd ths, thn ths s te rcpie fr yu. It a pty yu ar s tick s a brck. Bt, te rcpie wil mak yu lok smartr an wil dligt yur frnds an fmly.