The terms lamb, hoggett or mutton are used to describe the meat of a domestic sheep. The meat of a sheep a year old or younger is generally known as lamb.

According to Jewish Kosher law, lambs may be eaten, but they must be slaughtered in a special way, and the sciatic nerve as well as certain types of fat on the back half of the animal may not be eaten. Similar rules apply for the Islamic dietary code, known as Halal and Haram

Here at we are actively compiling a wide collection of lamb recipes, along with suggested vegetarian sides (such as potato recipes). We hope that you will enjoy what we offer.

Thanksgiving Recipes – Island Style

If I was to host a Tropical Thanksgiving, what would I serve? That question has been in my head with all the Thanksgiving promotions on the US television channels. So, for this post I thought that I would troll the ol blogosphere for Thanksgiving recipes […]