Who doesn’t love meat with handles? Not only is it easy to eat but is also cool to look at, whether its lollipop chicken legs, tomahawk ribeyes, or lamb chops.
Today Chef Paul Wahlberg of Alma Nove - an Italian, Mediterranean restaurant in the coastal town of Hingham, MA just south of Boston – and star of A&E’s reality series Wahlburgers, is firing up the latter in his recipe for Lamb Lollipop Chops with Farro Salad!
If you've never truly experienced the wonders of veal then this is the perfect recipe to introduce you to this tender and flavorful protein!
The first time I experienced lamb ribs was at Memphis' famed Rendezvous restaurant and since then there has been no turning back. While not readily available at your local grocer, it's worth a call to a butcher to score a couple racks for use in this recipe from Chef Sharon Nahm of E&O in the San Francisco Bay area.
This is absolutely my favorite lamb dry rub recipe as the lavender pairs perfectly with chops or leg of lamb.
Travel to any part of the world and you are certain to find barbecue in some way, shape or form. Today we travel to South Africa with Chef Hugo Uys, an expert in braii (South Africa's version of barbecue) with his recipe for traditional lamb sosaties -- a kebob comprised of marinated lamb and apricots.
According to Uys, the sosaties are even better when paired with a smokey and fruity South African red wine such as the Brampton Old Vine Red ($14.99) which helps cut through the dense fat and release enhanced flavors.