March is a weather predictor
Everyone has heard the
"in like a lamb/out like a lion
in like a lion/out like a lamb"
folklore about March
But the lion and the lamb is not the only one March is famous for --
A dry March and a wet May?
Bill barns and bays with corn and hay.
As it rains in March so it rains in June
March winds and April showers? Bring forth May flowers.
Do you believe them?
Not to tempt fate,
but hopefully, it it is "lamblike" at Linderhof
then March will come in "like a lamb"
For by the time it's March 1
we're often tired of winter.
To insure "lambness",
we often serve lamb for March 1
Some of our favorite lamb dishes --
Rack of lamb
(usually made from leftover leg of lamb)
French lamb stew
with lemon risotto
I have a new recipe for a long slow cooked bone in leg of lamb
That I'm really wanting to try.
Perhaps that will be our March lamb!
But it will have to be a company meal
For there's too much lamb for the two of us.
At Linderhof, anyway, March will come in like a lamb!
It's Friday and I'm joining Michael at Rattlebridge Farm for Foodie Friday.