Any fun Easter meals being prepared out there? We don't find whole hams over here the way you do in the US so I've never cooked one here. I did find an amazing deal on a leg of lamb (lamb is much more common over here than in the US) so will try doing the classic seven hour lamb, that's really more like four or five hours. I've done the traditional gigot (rare on the inside) many times and love it but wanted to try something that I haven't prepared before. The side will be flageolet beans which are delicious when cooked with some cream and garlic added. This will be followed by a nice long digestive walk.
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