Lamb meatloaf. It has become our tradition. I scored the ground lamb on sale at Meijer last week.
Lamb really is underrated in the US. I really like it. I use it in meatballs all the time and we have lamb chops regularly. I'm gonna make a boneless leg of lamb as soon as I get one.Lamb meatloaf. It has become our tradition. I scored the ground lamb on sale at Meijer last week.
Last time I went to South America I used LATAM from Miami. They had a full dinner service complete with wine. The entree was ravioli of all things. Much more elegant than what Delta provided.We're on a plane visiting relatives that day so whatever American is providing, I guess. Didn't occur to us when we booked that that day was Easter Sunday. Oh, well.
Aldi has ground lamb on the regular and it's around $7/pound iirc. Personally speaking, I would think they could find lamb to grind closer than Australia and New Zealand but it is what it is, I guess. It's decent stuff. I use it in chili and have no complaints about it other than the road miles.I love lamb, but what I can find around here (SE Twin Cities, MN suburbs) is crazy expensive. $13.69/pound for ground lamb, YIkes.
We're cashing in FF miles so we don't get much of a choice. My expectations for pretty much any US carrier are pretty low so if it's edible and not 91% refined carbs I'll call it a win.full dinner service complete with wine
Call the airline and ask for a Kosher meal. They're much better than the standard fare.We're cashing in FF miles so we don't get much of a choice. My expectations for pretty much any US carrier are pretty low so if it's edible and not 91% refined carbs I'll call it a win.
Scalloped or au gratin potatoes tend to be the go to here for ham. I make 2 separate batches of the potatoes so I can cube up what's left of the ham to toss in, warm it up and add steamed peas for a meal a few days later.Well, pleasantly surprised. She agreed to ONLY ham this time 'round. SO picked up a spiral for a change instead of a bird and a 'nugget' ham.
Now to decide on sides. Green beans a must and some spuds. Still thinking as sides for ham are substantially different than for turkey IMO.