Definition of Leg of lamb
1. Noun. Lamb leg suitable for roasting.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Leg Of Lamb
Literary usage of Leg of lamb
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Modern Cookery, in All Its Branches: Reduced to a System of Easy Practice by Eliza Acton (1858)
"... leg of lamb WITH WHITE SAUCE. (ENTREE.) Choose a small plump leg of lamh, not much exceeding five pounds in weight; put it into a vessel nearly of its ..."
2. The Gastronomic Regenerator: A Simplified and Entirely New System of Cookery by Alexis Soyer (1847)
"Boil a leg of lamb quite plain, which will take from an hour and a quarter ... Sailed Leg of Lamb a la Palestine. Boil a leg of lamb, dress it on your dish, ..."
3. Massachusetts Reports: Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Judicial by Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (1911)
"She was injured by a barbed tack embedded in a leg of lamb which she was preparing for cooking, and which her husband was alleged to have purchased from the ..."
4. A New System of Domestic Cookery: Formed Upon Principles of Economy and by Maria Eliza Ketelby Rundell (1824)
"Leg of Lamb A hind-quarter of lamb is rarely ever roasted, but if fat and young it is infinitely more juicy and well-flavoured than the fore-quarter, ..."
5. The War Diary of a Diplomat by Lee Meriwether (1919)
"... roast veal, 14; roast pork, 10; mutton for stew, 5.80; leg of lamb, 15; best butter, 9; rice, 3; tapioca, 4.80; flour, 2; dry white beans, 2.20; coffee, ..."