Nashville Farmers Market
"Ladies of the Lamb" chops can be broiled, grilled, pan-fried or roasted. The cook time will vary depending on the thickness of the chops. For 1-inch think chops, cook for approximately 4 to 6 minutes per side or until desired doneness. Chops should be cooked to an internal temperature,of about 145 F for medium-rare. To otain the internal temperature, insert a meat thermometer into the thickest part of the chops without touching the bone. Keep in mind that as the chop rests its internal temperature typically rises 5 degrees, so remove chop from heat before it reaches desired temperature.
Rib Chops come from the rack of lamb. Available in single cut chops, these elegant chops are often frenched to expose the bone. Rib chops are popular at fine dining restaurants and often served at parties and receptions as "lollipop" appetizers. We trim rib bone but are happy to design them to your choice by special orders for your special celebration.
Loin Chops are the lamb's answer to porterhouse and T-bone steaks. The most tender of our chops, loin chops are best served grilled or broiled.
Center Slice (steak) or Sirloin Chops are less expensive then loin and rib chops but almost as tender.
Shoulder Chops called Arm Chops and Blade Chops are our most economical lamb chops, best cooked with one of our suggested Marinades or your own favorite marinade.
You can find our Lamb Chops at any of our Farmer's Markets(see Find Us for list), or in our online store.
Whether you are planning a holiday celebration or a backyard barbecue, look to easy-to-prepare "Ladies of the Lamb" chops. Lamb chops are simple yet elegant and when you buy our lamb, you can count on freshness.
Like beef steaks or pork chops, lamb chops are pieces of meat that are cut small enough to serve as individual portions. BUT PLEASE---PLEASE DO NOT THAW IN MICROWAVE--ALLOW TO THAW AT ROOM TEMPERATURE!!!!!
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