Yum. You know how I love miniature food. Don’t ask me why, but I do. Most of the time, I’d rather nibble on a bunch of different things than have one big meal. These sliders combine all the traditional seasonings that go so well with lamb—rosemary, mint, garlic—in one tiny burger that’s packed with flavor.
These are like little lamb T-bone steaks. They’re on the more expensive side, but I snatch them up when I find them on sale. Our butcher has been breaking down a lot of lamb lately, so I got these for a steal. Like the lamb rib chops I made recently, these cook quickly, which means […]cognac, lamb, oregano, parsley, tarragon
Lamb rib chops�often called lollipop chops when the bone is frenched�are an oh-so-sweet appetizer that’s simple to make and impressive to present. They’re easy to eat, and much more elegant than a big, meaty rib. The rib chops develop a handsome brown crust from being seared with rosemary and garlic�both classic flavors for lamb. A […]garlic, lamb, mint, rosemary
I know I’ve been fairly rib-heavy with my recipes lately. I can’t help myself. I base a lot of what I cook on what looks good that day at the market. And when I saw these lamb ribs at the butcher, I couldn’t resist. First, the meat was temptingly rosy and shot through with thin […]lamb, lemon, olive oil, oregano, parsley, ribs, rosemary, sage
Ah, meat. This is one of my favorite topics—and things to cook. Apologies in advance to all my vegetarian friends. I just can’t help myself. So, when I ask my friends what they have the most trouble cooking, the answer will very likely be: “Meat!” (Or, “Steak!” or “Veal!”) Sometimes it’s, “I can’t grill pork […]cookbooks, Etc., meat, Reviews, Etc., shopping
The venerable Lady Otter is headed to the woods for a few weeks, and needs to bring some lamb meatballs with her, as part of a traditional medieval Indian meal she’s making. If she’ll be kind enough to share her recipes when she gets back, I’ll post them up here. Chickpea pancakes First, she made […]Lady Otter, lamb, medieval