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If I understand the question, you have a crown, made up of two racks that are tied together.
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Posted to Thread #28815 at 4:55 pm on Jun 27, 2016
When they thaw a bit, you can separate the racks. Then you can roast a rack or slice it into chops as Charley says. Recipe at the link for roasting the crown. No butcher needed. Whatever you do, it should be delicious!
Other messages in this thread:
- 28815. Crown of lamb? - Pam - 6:10pm on 06/25/16 (8)
- Not much to it really. Ask your meat cutter to french the two racks of lamb - KarenNoCA - 7:08pm on 06/25/16
- I aagree that lamb "lollipops" are really delicious. There is an Indian restaurant in - Charley - 11:54am on 06/26/16
- Racks? - Pam - 3:19pm on 06/26/16
- You can do it yourself. If you aren't going to make a "crown", just cut them in rib - Charley - 11:49am on 06/27/16
- Pam, Here is a very eye opening video by Alton Brown that you may find helpful..... [NT] [LINK] - GayR - 9:27pm on 06/25/16
- I love the idea of the bundt pan. I have never tried that. I like his comment about not stuffing - KarenNoCA - 2:03pm on 06/26/16
- If I understand the question, you have a crown, made up of two racks that are tied together. - Curious1 - 4:55pm on 06/27/16
- It is a crown (two racks, tied together, I think. - Pam - 7:35pm on 08/01/16