10 responses

  1. Dana
    August 22, 2008

    Yum! This sounds delish. Great calorie and fat count for a lamb curry, too!

  2. maplesugar
    August 22, 2008

    The Rogan Josh looks yummy and has inspired me to dig through my own freezer…One more bag of frozen spinach and there’ll be an avalanche.

    J loves to sit in front of the washer and watch it fill and spin too lol. If the washer was painted to look like Thomas the Tank Engine I don’t think he’d ever leave the laundry room ;)

    Thanks Julie!

  3. krista
    August 22, 2008

    Julie I love your blog, this is the only one I read every day. I was dumb and shared it with my BF and now he knows my secrets…I had been preparing yummy things from here and he thought I was a genius, then I told him about this blog…now he reads every day, and now often makes requests!

    I am going to try this, but I am not fond of lamb, I am thinking with cut up chicken, and reducing the simmering time.

  4. JulieVR
    August 22, 2008

    I’m pretty sure J is a few decades younger than me…

  5. maplesugar
    August 22, 2008

    heh maybe a couple…(he’s just shy of 2&1/2) J actually sticks his head right up against the glass…he does the same with the camera sometimes – can’t tell you how many pix have turned out to be an extreme closeup on his eyes/nose lol.

    I’ve had front loaders for a few years now so the novelty has worn off for me but it was fun to watch the first while. :)

  6. Cheryl
    August 22, 2008

    Okay, this is freaky… I made those chick peas on Wednesday with some Moroccan spiced lamb stew. So addictive…

  7. A
    August 25, 2008

    Please come live at my house and cook for me! My dinner consisted of Captain Crunch and yogurt.

  8. Lisa
    September 10, 2009

    I made the lamb rogan josh and the sweet potato aloo gobi on Sunday night. The lamb was great and we had so much left over (I used 2 lbs. of cubed lamb meat for stew because my Internet grocer only sells in whole pounds). The vegetables needed more sweetness to counteract/mellow the bite of the spices. If I make again, may add a sprinkling of sugar or something like that.

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