Lamb Kebabs.

Monday 1st August 2011

Here’s something else I cooked on our ‘Great British Barbe’.

We don’t get the same cuts of meat at home in Spain. Lamb comes as a shoulder or a leg and of course as ribs but we can’t get mince, kebabs or burgers. I could make my own mince, and I bought an old fashioned mincer with just that in mind, but it ended up costing about €18 for half a kilo. Not particularly economical.

My Mother-in-law bought these from here village butcher. The free-range meat is from a local farm and they cost Β£2 each. A welcome difference.

“What did you think of the kebabs Zeph?”

“Good.” He said.

“Is it your favourite meat?”

“No…” He said. “…it’s roast chicken.”

A man after my own heart.

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2 Responses to Lamb Kebabs.

  1. Stef says:

    Spain just wants you to be a vegetarian. πŸ™‚

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