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I wan't to make Julia Child's Gigot a la Moutarde again that Sylvia posted for a mini block party


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Posted to Thread #25875 at 1:36 am on Apr 6, 2014

BBQ Easter dinner with three of my neighbors. This time, I want to grill either a bone-in leg-O-lamb (not to exceed my 22" charcoal grill) or buy a big boneless butterflied leg.

I plan to marinate the lamb as I did before overnight. My question is, do you think the recipe is grillable?? I sure hope so!

My neighbor is making a potato guyere gratin and ratatouille which I think will go nicely.

I'm making my "signature" Smoked Salmon on Rye Crisbits® with Horseradish Cream and a neighbor will be bringing a cheese plate with crackers. I'll also serve good sourdough bread with Danish Lurpak butter.

We'll sit by my big Weber charcoal grill noshing on appys and then sit down for a proper meal on the patio of my neighbor's who will bring out the fine china and real silverware.

I'm so excited!! They'll bring the wine and will chip in. We are four of us including myself. My new neighbors come from Connecticut, Maine, NY/Wash. DC. I see a trend here... ;)

Edited to say that my neighbor will be making lemon curd tarts from scratch for dessert.

Link: Julia Child's Gigot a la Moutarde

http://eat.at/swap/forum/index.php?action=display&forumid=1&msgid=1563


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