Is it just me, or does everyone die a little inside when they hear Khloe Kardashian called her husband, Lamar Odom, “Lam Lam”. I do**. But it also makes me wish I were back in London, eating Indian food.
OK, wait. Let me explain that.
One of the things I really miss about the UK is their Indian food. Specifically that there was always a “lamb” option on the menu, and it was the same price as chicken. We have a mutual understanding of Lamb, the UK and I.
**Yes, I just admitted that I watch ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’. I’m going to hell.
Lamb is not exactly readily available down here is the ‘county’, and if it is in a grocery store it’s ridiculously expensive. This really stresses me out. I want the lamb, but is it worth it? I finally decided at Whole Foods the other day that, yes, it is very very worth it. And get this: it was only $10 for a pound and a half. Finally! A decent price for lamb! So I made this.
The recipe was pretty good. Nothing exceptional. The lamb was pullapartwithyourfork tender, but the flavor of the veggies/broth it was served with was a bit ‘off’ in my opinion. I can’t pin-point what it was. This upsets me, but its the truth. I think the broth reminded me of one in a beef stew, which I definitely don’t like. I’m more of a vegetable stew kinda girl rather than a beef stew girl. So sue me. Just kidding. Don’t do that…