The Plankwalker's Leg o' Lamb Feast

Ahoy there! Today, we be cookin' up a leg o' lamb! Soak yer plank, rub spices on yer lamb, sear it, then grill it on the plank for an hour and a half. Don't forget the sides and enjoy!

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The Plankwalker's Leg o' Lamb Feast

How I Came Up With This Recipe

Ahoy mateys! This be Captain Cutluss Cook, the funniest pirate ye'll ever meet! As much as I love pillaging and plundering, I also have a love for cooking. And one day, after a long day on the seas, I created a recipe that would make even the toughest pirate's heart melt. I call it The Plankwalker's Leg o' Lamb Feast. It's a simple recipe that's fit for any crew. First, ye season a leg o' lamb with some salt, pepper, and some of me secret spices. Then, ye roast it on an open flame until it's cooked to perfection. Once it's done, ye serve it with a side of roasted root vegetables and a hearty loaf of bread. Trust me, me crew couldn't get enough of it! And as we sat around the fire enjoying our feast, I couldn't help but think of all the adventures we've been on together. Being a pirate may be tough, but with a good meal and good company, there's nothing we can't conquer. And that's how I, Captain Cutluss Cook, became known for The Plankwalker's Leg o' Lamb Feast. Aye, it's a tale worth telling!


  • Ahoy, me hearties! This Plankwalker's Leg o' Lamb Feast be fit for a crew of ten hungry pirates!
  • Ye'll need:
  • a leg o' lamb
  • a bottle o' rum
  • a barrel o' potatoes
  • a sack o' carrots
  • a bushel o' onions
  • a jar o' garlic
  • a pinch o' salt
  • a dash o' pepper
  • and a jar o' jalapeno jam to give it some kick!
  • And don't forget to hoist the Jolly Roger while ye cook!

Cooking Directions

Ahoy there, me hearties! Today, we be cookin' up a feast fit for a plankwalker! We be cookin' up a leg o' lamb, so grab yer aprons and let's get started!

First, ye need to soak yer plank in water for at least 2 hours. While ye be waitin', ye can prep yer lamb by rubbin' it down with some spices and herbs. Make sure ye get it all over that leg!

Once yer plank be soaked, ye can start yer grill. Get it nice and hot, so ye can sear that lamb. Once it be seared, ye can place it on yer soaked plank and put it on the grill. Close the lid and let it cook for about an hour and a half.

While yer lamb be cookin', ye can make some sides to go with it. Maybe some roasted veggies or some mashed taters. Whatever ye like, me hearties!

After an hour and a half, ye can check on yer lamb. It should be nice and juicy by now. If it be lookin' good, ye can take it off the grill and let it rest for a bit. This be important, so don't skip it!

Once yer lamb be rested, ye can slice it up and serve it with yer sides. And there ye have it, me hearties! A delicious leg o' lamb feast fit for a plankwalker! Prep time be about 30 minutes, and cook time be about an hour and a half. Enjoy yer meal, me hearties!


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