These Photos are ones John took. You can see a whole party event going on.
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Joybells wrote:Thanks for that link, Dawn. Guess one of the reasons he is not well known, particularly in NSW, is that not only did he spend much of his life as an overseas diplomat but he was also a VICTORIAN!!! New South Welshmen profess to not know much about Victorians, as they don't really want to know, unless, of course, they have to.
NZ lamb is different to the Aussie lamb. What is called lamb here is known as hogget in NZ. Hogget is a yearling sheep & the lamb in NZ must be younger than that. You hardly need to carve it when you roast a leg of lamb. It is soooo tender. Eating lamb is/was mostly from Romneys in NZ, here it is mostly from wool sheep, merinos.
Sorry to wander so far offtrack, Dawn.