Braised Lamb Shanks

Today I’m guest posting for my friend┬áBrandy over at Nutmeg Nanny. Brandy has been so good to me, helping me┬álearn the ins and outs of WordPress and the food blogging world. And I’m going to continue to drive her nuts with my questions, because I still have a lot to learn! When she asked if I would guest post for her while she was on vacation, I jumped at the opportunity to not only help her out, but also to share a great recipe with her wonderful readers. So head on over to her site and read about these fall-off-the-bone lamb shanks, they are delicious!

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  1. So glad you posted this! It is amazing! I can just taste it now and actually wish I was tasting it right now! Wow- the perfect meal for dads for father’s day. So making this for the hubby! Love the flavors and the photos are picture perfect!

    Hey- did you see my olive oil giveaway- would love for you to enter if you like it!

  2. Rachel, These lamb shanks look so tender and falling off the bone! I have to admit I’ve never made these; tho I really love lamb. I’m definitely tempted now!

  3. That my dear, is a lovely, lovely meal. :)

  4. Hi, Rachel!
    Nice to “meet” you — I’m visiting from basilmomma’s blog hop! I enjoyed reading some of your No Recipe Posts, as well as your recipes! :)
    Take care,
    Kimby (aka okielicious)

  5. This is a wonderful guest post and you have introduced us to a delicious recipe!

  6. Thank you for doing this for me. You’re a gem :)

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