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Beer, chocolate beer braised lamb shanks

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  • Dewesq55
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    Thanks, Ernest

  • Ernest
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    Dewesq55 I was going for a more traditional, rustic, fatty sauce so I strained and slightly reduced it. The overnight refrigeration did help with getting rid of most of the fat as it solidified at the top.

  • Dewesq55
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    Did you reduce the sauce at all before plating? In the plating photo it kind of looks like you did. Awesome!

  • mackdaddy
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    I've had mutton, but nothing like that. I would camp in your front yard for a week to eat that. Looks delicious.

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  • _John_
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    Looks great as always.

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  • Ernest
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    bbq stew it's always best cooked a day or two in advance. Then reheat it in a 325 degrees oven covered.
    If your meat didn't caramelize to your liking you can take the meat out, put it on a cooling rack and blast it at 400 degrees before serving.

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  • BBQ Stew
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    Looks great. One question, if you leave it I the fridge for a day how do you reheat it?

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  • Ernest
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    Much appreciated troymeister

  • Ernest
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    The only time that I don't host or asked to cook on special days is Christmas. I even cook on my own birthday. LOL!
    But I love it.

  • troymeister
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    Well done Ernest!!! Amazing how much I learn on this sight.

  • Jerod Broussard
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    Mary had a little lamb,
    And when she saw it sicken,
    So she took it to the packing house,
    And now it's labeled chicken.

    Ernest picked up that pack of "chicken,"
    Realizing that it was lamb,
    Cooked it up his own unique way,
    And it was off the Shuh-zamb!!!!

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  • Jerod Broussard
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    Yeah, pretty soon top eating establishments will start using his dishes and pictures.

  • Dr ROK
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    I'm normally not a big fan of lamb, but I do believe those things would change my mind! Looks fantastic. How do you keep people from camping in your yard waiting for the kitchen to open?

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  • Ernest
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    Much appreciated Henrik

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  • Henrik
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    That just looks amazing, your passion for food really shows!

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