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Unread 10-23-2011, 04:33 PM   #1
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Good evening Brotherhood,
Looking to grill some lamb ribs for supper, never done them on the grill before. Any ideas on marinade, grilling tips...etc. would be appreciated.
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Unread 10-23-2011, 05:15 PM   #2

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Trim the fat off pretty well. I season Lamb just the same as I do Beef. Grill them
Hot & Fast....or Indirect high heat, then sear them to finish
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I second the hot and fast method. Less fat than other animals. Anything that you use for beef works well. What are you planning on serving with the lamb, I would base my seasonings off how well it pairs with the side dishes.
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Just ate lamb chop for dinner. Marinated in evoo, white balsamic vinegar, white wine, fresh tyme, and parsley for 3 hours. HnF on the gasser, rare for me and the 7 year old ( that's my girl) and med. rare for the wife and the monster.

Good eats for sure. Local 4H lamb.
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