lamb chop

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chop cut from a lamb

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TASTE TO RECKON WITH: Lamb chops are dipped in marinated spices for sometime before they are cooked on medium grill heat.
You know what, it's much better to eat a lamb chop like this, than to have to cut it.
For a span of five months, the lamb chop disappeared.
Star batsman relishes his favourite seafood and lamb chops for a healthy meal in Dhaka
When Mallory's mother died in 1998, Lamb Chop retired--for a while.
But at the Lakeside tonight, the only question that matters is whether the flying Dutchman can make mincemeat of Lamb Chop.
Lewis and Lamb Chop premiered on the "Captain Kangaroo" children's TV show in 1957.
2% of the fresh loin muscle weight in venison, a third of the level in a beef sirloin steak and a quarter of the level in a lamb chop, the Adas study found.
LAMB is wonderful in summer, and there is nothing better than a good lamb chop grilled or pan fried until the fat is slightly crispy, if not charred.
1 -- 2) Above, a lamb chop with asparagus at Lasher's Steakhouse in Burbank.
He is nicknamed Lamb Chop on the darts circuit for no other reason than that he comes from Wales.
Another celebrity known for sporting the lamb chop look is American film and stage actor Matthew Broderick who is married to Sex and the City's Sarah Jessica Parker.
Magoo, Richie Rich, Peter Cottontail, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, The Lone Ranger, Lassie, Underdog, Little Lulu, pat the bunny and Lamb Chop.
And for dinner she would eat some lean meat, either a lamb chop, chicken or roast beef, with a potato 'any way but fried' and vegetables.
Aphrodite's repast begins with the ``flirtation'' course of ``nude'' Yaquina Bay oysters, then the ``infatuation'' course of a Colorado lamb chop with truffled risotto; a ``courtship'' course of basil and kumquat vapor with cucumber sorbet; a ``romance'' course of three options: caramelized halibut, bone-in cowboy steak or semi-boneless chicken; and a ``passion'' chocolate dessert ending.