Lamb is one of the most commonly served Easter dished. This tradition dates back to the Old Testament in which the Jewish population would eat an entire lamb on Easter day. For the Jews, the tradition of eating lamb on Easter symbolizes the sacrifice God made for Israel and its people before they left Egypt. […]
Mechoui is a North African lamb dish which is frequently prepared in Morocco, Tunisia, and Algeria. Each nation has its own specific take on Mechoui. Today we are cooking the Moroccan Leg of Lamb ,the flavorful tenderness of lamb to create a rich, memorable dish.