Before I introduce this tasty Lamb Tagine recipe, a little confession: I hate how few lamb recipes I have on the blog thus far. Truth be told, our lamb is our favorite meat that we produce. We raised Katahdin lambs here on the farm, this year we have six to harvest, so our supply of
I didn’t intend to be lambing in winter. Aren’t lambs naturally supposed to come in the spring time? Isn’t that just the way that nature works or something? Oh wait. Shouldn’t I also know by now that nothing just ‘works’ like that? There’s always a few twists and turns to keep us on our toes as farmers.
It was the long, brown curls that hung in front of his eyes that captured my heart. From the moment I first saw Hugh Ferring-Wittingstale on River Cottage years ago, I was totally in love. So when Hugh moved to the country and fell in love with his beloved Dorset sheep… well, I did too.