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New Years Resolution

CharbonCharbon Posts: 222
edited 3:40AM in EggHead Forum
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<p />Eat more lamb. Lamb loin chops are eggcellent cooked on raised rack at high (700 degrees) I don't know if they would benefit by T Rex dwell but these were really tender and hard to imagine there is a higher level? You could easily bust up your teeth knawing on these little bones. I hate to say it but the smoke and fire from lamb chops rubbed with garlic makes me tear tear up like a baby. I would have obtained a photo but my new el-cheapo camera is more sensitive to cold more than my old el-cheapo camera.

Comments

  • Bobby-QBobby-Q Posts: 1,993
    Charbon,
    Nice looking dinner you got there.

  • bobbybbobbyb Posts: 1,349
    Charbon,
    I love lamb too. looks great.
    Cheers, Bob
  • Clay QClay Q Posts: 4,435
    Charbon,
    That's about as pretty as it gets! Nice job. We eat quiet a bit of lamb also and we love it. [p]Keep on smokin,
    Clay

  • wdanwdan Posts: 261
    Charbon,
    I saw a lamb shoulder at the store yesterday. Has anybody tackled one of these yet? It looked a lot like a pork butt, so my guess is it would be a good candidate for a low 'n slow.

  • Clay QClay Q Posts: 4,435
    WDAN,
    They are full of bone and fat but the meat is delicious. I roast at 300 dome untill meat is 170. Marinate overnight then roast indirect with rack in drip pan- to catch the fat. Watch out for "big lamb" when it comes to the shoulder cut ---it's mutton. But that's another story.
    Clay

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