Easter Recipes To Celebrate the Rebirth of Spring (cont'd)

homemade merguez sausage
Take your grilled sausages to a whole new level with this tested recipe for homemade Moroccan Merguez lamb sausage. Merguez is a spicy sausage from North Africa whose popularity has spread all over Europe with African immigrants. You'll find it being grilled in Berlin on street corners and in Paris' finest restaurants. read more
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Smoked Lamb Ribs
With this simple but flavor rich recipe, feast on succulent lamb ribs that are seasoned with a dry rub and slow smoked until tender. Lamb ribs are grilled low and slow until browned and tender, and then serve them without any sauce to highlight the balance of the slightly gamey meat and the herb scented dry rub. read more
lamburger
Here's how to make Greek Gyros starting with a lamb burger. Preparing these burgers is a snap and you might not go back to beef hamburgers. Served in a pita along with Greek tzatziki sauce, these flavorful ground lamb burgers are a great change of pace from traditional burgers at your next BBQ and grilling cookout. read more
warm potato salad thumb
The recipe for the world's easiest potato salad. read more

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