Leg of Lamb à la Woodlore

Students of our Traditional Living Skills course were treated to a fantastic bit of al fresco dining one evening last week. In between shelter building and hand-drill practice, our Woodloreans were presented with this juicy, slow-cooked leg of lamb, courtesy of our experienced instructors:

Supper time on the Traditional Living Skills course

Supper time on the Traditional Living Skills course

Supper time on the Traditional Living Skills course

Supper time on the Traditional Living Skills course

Building and expanding on the skills of the Fundamental Bushcraft course, Traditional Living Skills is designed for those who wish to gain a deeper understanding of Bushcraft, and is ideal for those preparing for our Journeyman course.

2 thoughts on “Leg of Lamb à la Woodlore

  1. Darcy Terry

    shame you could have used the dripping (as the leg cooked) to make a Yorkshire pudding style dish, set the leg rotating and the fats infuse with the batter which is cooked by the fire. looks seriously good though 🙂

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