Leviticus 4:35 And he shall take away all the fat thereof, as the fat of the lamb is taken away from the sacrifice of the peace offerings; and the priest shall burn them upon the altar, according to the offerings made by fire unto the LORD: and the priest shall make an atonement for his sin that he hath committed, and it shall be forgiven him.
The fat of the land, as in "living off the fat of the land," means that the land is fertile and produces a lot of food.
in the first book twilight : So the lion fell in love with the lambThat is not an idiom -- it is a metaphor. An idiom is a phrase that makes no sense when you read it literally. That phrase merely compares Edward to a lion and Bella to a lamb.
No, it is a metaphor; the lion is a predator and the lamb is his rightful prey.
There isn't an idiom that means riding a lamb - people make idioms for things that are commonly seen or done, and people don't really ride lambs much.
Fat in this sense is a positive meaning - you need some fat in your diet in order to stay healthy. This means that someone is living off what they can grow and catch and find in the wild - the healthy part of the land.
you are fat
Lamb is a fatty meat so it can make you fat, but only if you eat too much of it.
No. Lamb is actually quite a fatty meat (around 10% fat, for cuts of lamb which do not have a huge amount of visible fat on them), whether it is ground or not. However you can fry the meat and then drain off the fat which comes out of it, to make it leaner.
It depends on the cut of the meat, and how well the extra fat has been trimmed away. But in general, a portion of lamb has about as much fat as the same-sized portion of steak.
Lamb meat is actually muscle...unless thiers fat in it too
The correct phrase is "leading a lamb to slaughter." See the related question below for the meaning. This is both an idiom and a literal phrase depending on whether or not you actually have a baby sheep.
A lean, grilled 4 ounce lamb cutlet has 239 calories. It also has 11.2 grams of fat, 4.3 grams of saturated fat, and 34.2 grams of protein.
Let's go chew the fat. It means to talk, to have a conversation. Usually over some deal or personal business.
I think you mean "out of the frying pan into the fire," which is an idiom meaning that you have escaped one problem only to land in a larger one.
Definitely baked pasta.
If the cat is too fat then no the cat can't land on it's feet.
Depends on cooking style and how much fat is on the meat. If the fat is boiled off and discarded both are healthy
It's not an idiom, but a Biblical reference. It's the place where Joseph went in the Old Testament and it can be used as an exclamation to replace a swear word, as in "Land O'Goshen, what a lie you just told!"
Calories in a lamb steakIt depends on whether you eat the fat or not, the size/weight of the lamb steak (which is usually a boneless chop), and how you cook it. For more information about the calories in lamb, see the page links, further down this page, listed under Related Questions.
The cut of mean called breast of lamb contains the ribs. It is an oblong piece of meat with layers of fat and lean. It is typically braised or roasted.
An opera singer. Many famous opera singers have been overweight, so that's where the term comes from.
I believe the idiom you're looking for is "You can't trust a person further than you can throw them". The meaning is meant that you cannot trust someone because you can't throw them very far.
Idiom is correct.
it is in carribean land why don't you find out your self fat fat fat face