Mt Druitt - St Mary's Standard (East) - - LIFESTYLE -

IN fact, it’s our na­tional meat. Whether it’s a Sun­day lamb roast with the fam­ily, bar­be­cued lamb chops with friends or a slow-cooked lamb shoul­der with new ac­quain­tances, there has been a long tra­di­tion of cel­e­bra­tion and bond­ing over a lamb meal – no mat­ter what the oc­ca­sion.

And in bring­ing peo­ple to­gether, lamb has al­ways been the meat that doesn’t dis­crim­i­nate. It tran­scends cul­tures, re­li­gions, lan­guages and belief. It is the per­fect dish to bring ev­ery­one to the ta­ble – whether fam­ily, friends or strangers.

With a cut to suit all cuisines, tastes and bud­gets find de­li­cious lamb recipes to share at your next spring get-to­gether at

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