The Christmas Lamb
If bone-in, the leg should be tied up with kitchen string by a butcher.
Using a small knife, make several tiny slits evenly over the entire lamb roast and insert slivers of garlic into the slits. Squeeze some lemon juice over the lamb. Next, combine 1 clove minced garlic, 2 teaspoons chopped rosemary, and 1 teaspoon chopped thyme and rub all over the lamb.
Season the lamb generously with salt and pepper. Place the lamb, fat side up, on a rack in a roasting pan. Roast at degrees for about 20 minutes, then reduce heat to degrees and roast for 55 to 50 minutes more, for medium-rare. Roast until the internal temperature reaches at least degrees.
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Tim Roehl, we listen in to the conversation of a shepherd father and his apprentice shepherd son. Read the story…come to the manger…kneel to your Savior…and remember why He came.
Why are they hurting that Man? Father and son had been standing transfixed in stunned horror at the sight of three men hanging on rough blood-soaked crosses. It was the Man on the middle Cross that captured their attention. Some around them were openly sobbing, gasping through their tears that He had done nothing wrong. An innocent man was dying in front of them.
He shivered against the chill of a clear December night. Snuggling closer to his father, they stood overlooking the valley below. The stars sparkled with an unusual brilliance against the darkness of the night sky. He shivered again. His father Isaac looked down at him with a knowing twinkle in his eye. I can join you when my watch is up.
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Giving in to the cold now would remind him that he was still a boy when he wanted so much to be recognized as a young man. His father looked at him fondly for a moment. You best not get too attached to him, because he will not be sleeping out here in the fields with his mother too much longer. Judah knew the answer before the words came out of his mouth, but he asked the question anyway. It was one of those moments that come between a father and son What his son needed to know went far beyond the fate of one little lamb. The flock of sheep we watch over tonight is a very special flock.
Here in the fields outside of Bethlehem, we are only a few miles from the temple in Jerusalem. These sheep are destined to go to the temple to be offered as sacrifices. Mitzar and all the other lambs are nearing the age when they must go to the temple. And at the temple they will sacrifice Mitzar? Mitzar is just a little lamb. He is innocent. He has never done anything that would deserve such a fate. Yes, he is an innocent lamb, but that is why Mitzar must die.
The priests will take a knife, sacrifice him on the altar of the Lord, and his blood will pour out as a payment for our sins.
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The blood represents the life of the creature. Why is it that one as innocent as Mitzar would have to have his blood poured out? Why would he have to die? Something so horrible that it separated us from the God who made us and loves us.
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Something so awful it required the awful price of countless lambs like Mitzar dying upon the altar of the Lord. Sin came Sin now infects every person like a deadly disease. He swallowed the lump in his throat before he could speak again, and his voice became hoarse with the strain. With that curse comes diseases like the one that took your grandmother from us. With that curse of sin comes physical death Sin separates us from our holy God.
It is a monstrous affront to His love. We have all sinned, Judah By our own choices we have been cut off from knowing the God who loves us It is because God loves us so much…because sin is so terrible that God has made a way for us to be forgiven and come close to Him again. The lifeblood of the guilty is tainted by their sin, so the lifeblood of one who is innocent washes away the sins of the guilty.
To cook the lamb, heat a non-stick frying pan with a little vegetable oil in it. Place in a roasting tin and scatter with the whole garlic cloves and sprigs of rosemary. Place the roasting tin in the oven for 18 minutes for medium rare. Remove from the oven. After the lamb has been cooked, strain the meat juices from the pan into the jus. Then gently heat the gravy and whisk in the remaining 50g of cubed butter, until the butter is melted. Set aside for 5 minutes and then scoop off any fatty residue from the top of the jus.
To serve, carve into cutlets, and serve with a selection of seasonal vegetables. Drizzle the jus over the lamb cutlets. I prefer the texture of the jus with the finely-chopped shallots. You can also thicken the jus with a roux if you like. Katie Byrne The day after Christmas is a little like the day after a wedding. The gifts have been passed over, the laundry list of rituals and traditions have been ticked off and, after a build-up that seemed to go on forever, we can all begin to properly wind down. Regina Lavelle It's the season of joy, and giving - to oneself. After the ghosts of Christmas past, present, and future have rattled off, we're free to look at our wardrobes and our gadget cupboards and think, "Sod The Third Day of Christmas: Andrew Rudd's rack of lamb with garlic, rosemary and a pepper crust There are lots of alternatives to Christmas turkey and Andrew Rudd of Medley tempted us with his rack of lamb with garlic, rosemary and a pepper crust.
Andrew Rudd December 14 AM. Prep: 1 hour n Marinate: hours n Cook: 18 minutes n Serves: 8 Ingredients YOU WILL NEED For the lamb 4 racks of lamb 2 pairs of best ends, French trimmed 50ml olive oil 6 garlic whole cloves, skin on 4 sprigs of fresh rosemary for the pepper crust 2 tbsp peppercorns 2 tbsp coriander seeds 1 tbsp rock salt bunch of fresh thyme for the jus 2 shallots, peeled and finely diced 1 tbsp chopped fresh rosemary 2 garlic cloves, crushed g cold, unsalted butter, cubed salt and freshly cracked black pepper ml concentrated chicken stock 1 tbsp balsamic vinegar ml Madeira wine or red wine.
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