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Recipes for lamb, a traditional favorite for spring menus.

Lamb Shanks Braised in White Wine
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Lamb Stew
This lamb stew is a traditional Seder dish from Tunisia. It's a spicy mixture of lamb chunks, beans, and vegetables that takes a while to prepare, but will definitely impress your guests.

Roast Lamb with Rosemary and Garlic
A classic flavor combination for an elegant roast lamb shoulder. You'll need a roasting pan with a rack, a meat thermometer, and a baster to make this recipe.

Roast Stuffed Lamb with Egg/Lemon Crust
A complex, but stunning recipe that feeds up to 20 people. You'll need to find a good butcher who can provide a lamb foresaddle--both shoulders, both racks, the entire breast, and the foreshanks. Start this a day in advance.

Sephardic Stuffed Lamb
This Sephardic recipe calls for some ingredients that Ashkenazic Jews may not consider kosher, including rice.

Sephardic Stuffed Lamb

Shashlik
In this recipe, cubes of lamb are marinated in onion- and garlic-flavored oil, then grilled on skewers. This recipe requires the meat to marinate overnight, so start a day early.

Shish Kebab
This traditional Middle Eastern favorite is often found at Israeli cookouts. The vinegar- and oil-based marinade is easy to make; just be sure to allow at least 2 hours for the meat to marinate.

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