When we were living in England, my husband and I had a wonderful tradition of going to his grandparent’s house for a Sunday roast. Now that we live back in America, I want to continue the Sunday roast dinner tradition with my own family, but it takes more time and effort than I can afford on one of my only days off. So, I simplified things. I’ve come up with a recipe that allows you to make a full roast dinner in one roasting pan. In this USA Weekend video, we show you how to make a Butterflied Leg of Lamb with Rosemary and Garlic. Long live tradition! (It just doesn’t have to take so long anymore.)
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About Maggy Keet
As a New Yorker, I take full advantage of the ever evolving, always exciting restaurant scene. But most days, my “happy place” is found in my tiny Manhattan kitchen where I cook two meals a day. My perfect night is spent listening to NPR, while drinking a glass of wine, and creating a simple, (most often) vegetarian supper which I enjoy with my husband, Andy. In addition to blogging, writing, and planning events, I work full time as a Development Fundraiser.
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Cassie Sue says
I wish this came out 3 weeks ago when I was cooking a leg of lamb and was lost on what to do with it. 🙂
John Bromley says
I don’t agree it takes too long to cook a traditional Sunday lunch.
If you have time or the inclination, take a look at my blogs for cooking with limited space and equipment.
My Sunday dinner post is way back last August/September.
Roast potatoes are okay cooked with the meat but they don’t really crisp up well.
Using a microwave can save you oodles of time.
I’m trying to find the time to look through your extensive website/blog.
I have to cook on my own.