The “It” Slow Cooking Method

The “It” Slow Cooking Method

This Fall, we salute the art and ease of slow cooking. Here, award-winning blogger Ericka Sanchez of Nibbles and Feasts, shares her recipe for Lamb Birria, Mexican comfort food at its best. If you’re new to cooking leg of lamb, this recipe will make you a pro–promising a fool-proof, tender, flavor-infused stew so aromatic that you’ll have unexpected guests wanting to join the Fall celebration at your table.

This centuries-old tradition, called tagine (tä-zhēn) cooking, delivers one-pot deliciousness with advantages over other slow cooking methods. Lamb Tagine is a tantalizing, Moroccan influenced dish the whole family will love.

Marie Carricaburu was a cook and maid in a French chateau in the early 1920s before emigrating to Wyoming. Marie’s son, Pierre, a Mountain States rancher, shares her beautiful, delicious Veal Bird recipe, proudly stating, “I never ate a meal at mama’s table that I didn’t like.”

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