lamb steaks

Discussion in 'Lamb' started by camp_cookie, Feb 29, 2008.

  1. camp_cookie

    camp_cookie Smoking Fanatic

    Cross cut lamb steak from a leg of lamb (sorry for the pic quality).

    This was the first time I had ever had lamb. It is seasoned with kosher salt and fresh ground black pepper and grilled direct over Royal Oak lump in my Weber kettle.

    I absolutely loved it. The flavor was outstanding, and it was very moist and tender. This is going to become a standard cook in our house now. The wife was dead set against trying lamb. She worked late tonight and came home as the little girl and I were eating. I offered her a piece of my "steak". She raved over it and didn't get mad when I told her what it was. She also immediately laid claim to the left over steak for her lunch tomorrow.
     
  2. walking dude

    walking dude Smoking Guru SMF Premier Member

    nice dude..........have yet to try lamb.............i have eaten ewe.......cubed up and deep fat fried..........but lamb is too expensive round here........but that DOES look good
     
  3. camp_cookie

    camp_cookie Smoking Fanatic

    The lamb was $3.99 per pound. The entire leg (boneless) was $24, and I got 10 steaks out of it.
     
  4. walking dude

    walking dude Smoking Guru SMF Premier Member

    crap..............do you ship?
    LOLOL

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  5. hockeyhead

    hockeyhead Fire Starter

    That looks awsome!! Will try myself soon! [​IMG]
     
  6. camp_cookie

    camp_cookie Smoking Fanatic

    Sorry. I didn't see this until just now. There is a locally owned butcher shop near me. The lamb isn't a normal stock item. He ordered it for me at my request. I don't know if that is the regular price as it would be for a stock item or if he gave me a cut rate for it being an order.
     
  7. walking dude

    walking dude Smoking Guru SMF Premier Member

    yeah.......lamb is higher here than prime rib
     
  8. zzerru

    zzerru Meat Mopper

    lamb is a common fare around here as we have a large greek an ME population. $3.99 for boneless LoL seems about right. Its great slow-roasted whole and stuffed with garlic!
     
  9. We can get lamb most the time here in Seattle, just put a couple roasts in the freezer, $3.99 a pound for bone in roast or steaks, $5.99 for boneless.

    Let me know if anyone wants me to ship, I take paypal and would do an overnight shipment via USPS.


    Send me a PM or email at [email protected] if you're serious, I am. [​IMG]
     

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