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did up a pile lamb riblets

premarinaded at the butcher shop, no idea where this was actually cut from, round bones, ybone, two small rib chicklets. darn good med/rare






used a gas thingamajig =)

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  • Yum.  The ones with the round bone look like shoulder lamb chops, although when I used to grill them, there was meat all around the round bone.  Haven't seen them in the grocery store for years.  You've inspired me to ask the butcher to get me some.  Back in the day, it was a cheap and tasty cut.  I bet that's holds only 1/2 true now.
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  • fishlessmanfishlessman Posts: 23,020
    Yum.  The ones with the round bone look like shoulder lamb chops, although when I used to grill them, there was meat all around the round bone.  Haven't seen them in the grocery store for years.  You've inspired me to ask the butcher to get me some.  Back in the day, it was a cheap and tasty cut.  I bet that's holds only 1/2 true now.
    i buy these often when they have them out but they always look different, the butcher always puts them out with a light marinade. pretty inexpensive for this butcher, ribeye 13.99 a pound. lamb riblets 5.99.  looks like ones shoulder, one had some rib cut, and one had neck bones =) there were smaller no bone pieces that were put on first and eaten from the grill
  • SGHSGH Posts: 24,085
    @fishlessman
    Are you sure that's not rectum ;)
    Just kidding ole buddy, the grub looks great. 

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  • EoinEoin Posts: 1,527
    Looks great, we all love grilled lamb.
  • calikingcaliking Posts: 11,125
    Nice! Those are some meaty pieces. The bits of marrow are a special treat. 

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  • fishlessmanfishlessman Posts: 23,020
    picked up another 3.5 pounds for the weekend, love how the i dont like lamb folks keep the prices down.
  • TheophanTheophan Posts: 2,133
    Looks wonderful!  Wish my wife liked lamb -- I don't cook it often because she's not a fan.
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