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Own Your Holiday Party. Make it Aussome.

Elevate your party menus, whether casual or fancy, with Australian lamb.

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What’s the easiest way to liven up your party and infuse it with something new? Adding Aussie lamb simply makes it better…in fact, makes it Aussome. From pesto-crusted rack of lamb and juicy kebabs to braised shoulder chops, lamb provides a wide variety of affordable cuts and just the right balance of rich, juicy flavor and melt-in-your-mouth texture to delight your party guests. Adding Australian lamb means more than just ‘you did it’, ‘cooked it’, or ‘served it’…but you ‘OWNED it’. And with this collection of recipes, you’ll have lots of delicious ways to #ownyourparties, including easy hors d’oeuvres for a cocktail party and roasts perfect for a festive sit-down dinner.

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Slideshow: Party-Ready Aussie Lamb Recipes

You can also feel good about serving Australian lamb to your family. It’s produced with great care for the animals and the environment. The lambs graze on natural grasslands throughout their lives, so the meat is all natural and free of artificial additives. There also are no added hormones, and lamb is a source of lean protein. Australian ranchers pride themselves on being stewards of the land and are committed to protecting their natural resources for future generations. Australian lamb is chilled and aged to ensure premium eating quality.

So whether you’re pan-searing loin chops or slowly braising shanks until the meat is fall-off-the-bone tender, you’ll be happy you brought healthy, flavorful, and ethically raised Australian lamb to the table.


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