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Terri

I'm not a fan of lamb, but may give this a try with a beef or pork roast. Looks yummy. The food photos are exquisite.

Deirdre

I think I can smell it! Looks delicious! Again, great photos which seem to reflect the pleasure you derive from cooking and sharing!

TJ

How Wonderful! I love that you are willing to make a dish that is so slow in its preparations. And aren't the results so worth it? I myself am a member of the Slow Food movement which encourages just this sort of appreciation for foods that take time to be at their best. Have you heard of it? I don't know the book you mention that contains this recipe but I love lamb so I will look it up. Have you cooked other dishes from this book that you are pleased with?

Mr Cornflower

Sorry Dovegrey and Margaret, it's all gone. It was delicious!

tara

This looks amazing - my mouth is watering. I'm so jealous of that beautiful garlic you have. I'll be waiting a while for anything that looks as fresh as that.

glo

Please call it "gigot de sept heures", it is the original name of this very old - and also quite old-fashioned - recipe!

Fiberjoy

Mmmm, perfect for a cold, blustery day such as we've been having (snow! In Oregon). My daughter and I had lunch at The Greek in Portland today we ordered lamb Gyros. Slow roasted tenderness and succulence.

Anna

OK, I'm coming over!

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