Blog Archives for tag lamb

‘Middle Eastern Spiced Lamb Chops with Poached Quince’

At the market this week, I found myself pleasantly surprised to see a basket of quince in the produce section…. Continue reading »

‘Fennel ‘Confit’ with Grilled Lamb’

The culinary term ‘confit’ comes from the French verb confire which means ‘to preserve.’  It involves slowly cooking food, surrounded by… Continue reading »

Grilled Balsamic Lamb Chops with Chives

A pantry item that everyone should always have on hand is thick, syrupy balsamic glaze. Wonderful drizzled onto roasted vegetables… Continue reading »

‘Lamb Shanks with Leeks & Grapes’

My love for anything and everything braised continues on with this outstanding recipe from the incomparable Mario Batali. (I came… Continue reading »

‘Butterflied Lamb Beaujolais’

Another fabulous recipe from The Herb Society of America’s Essential Guide to Growing and Cooking with Herbs. This time, for… Continue reading »

Grilled Lamb Chops with Fig-Balsamic Glaze

The first layer of flavor for these luscious grilled lamb chops comes from a simple marinade made with olive oil,… Continue reading »

‘Lamb Shanks with White Beans & Roasted Endive’

I recently purchased a new robin’s egg blue Dutch oven (yay!) and have been breaking it in with comforting braised… Continue reading »

Roast Leg of Lamb with Lemon, Oregano & Olives

Slow-roasting a leg of lamb is a wonderful idea this time of year.  A perfect entree for Easter weekend, roasting… Continue reading »

Rosemary Lamb Chops with Black Garlic-Dijon Vinaigrette

The fig-like flavor and texture of black garlic cloves pairs very nicely with both Dijon mustard and white balsamic vinegar…. Continue reading »

Greek Lamb Meatloaf

With lamb on the brain I decided to experiment with a Greek-inspired ground lamb meatloaf. (And boy I’m glad I… Continue reading »