Discussion in 'The Pub' started by Irreverent, Mar 27, 2015.
smoked to perfection on peach wood...
Looks great, sir. Enjoy.
Poor baby lamb.
Damn, I thought you were looking for advice on how to cook it. Never mind...
This thread is fun already! I'm always honored when PeteyVee posts in one of my threads.
Recipe, or it didn't happen...
I was going to suggested herb crusted, but that looks great
Frenched rack of lamb, rubbed with granulated garlic, sea salt, dried rosemary, and a very light dusting of finely ground black pepper. Fire prepped while the rack rested at room temperature for an hour and, while the cook prepared and consumed a fine Manhattan. Rack of lamb smoked on peach wood at 210F for 80 minutes to 135F internal.
Consumed with a 2010 Havens Rutherford Cab.
That's some tasty looking dead critter. I approve of this thread.
man that look so delicious. nothing better than a good dead animal smoked over peachwood. do you deliver? i could eat two of those rascks right now. sure looks better than the leftover Chinese food I'm eating for dinner..
Yes, I do deliver. My best friend lives in San Diego , so you can save the mandatory lodging fees, but two racks of lamb, smoked on your choice of wood, delivered anywhere in San Diego county, CA would be about $27,689.65.
$27,689.65 is a little steep. I've only got $23,437,23 on me. will that do? lol. I'll bet that tastes like a $27,000 rack, it sure looks it.
That's the ticket...maybe serve it with roasted garlic potatoes and a nice foo-foo salad...
Well, I was so tired last night, it was simply served with a little Asiago cheese and the above-referenced red wine.
I also smoked some ground venison at the same time to put in a batch of chili today. Mmmmm!
Looks great - well done! (actually, rare!)
Looks great! Okay, need to fire up my smoker today now...
That is beautiful looking. Smoked venison chili too? I'm jealous.
Lamb is my favorite meat. Unfortunately, here in Florida it is pricy. In the Middle East, I ate lamb all the time. Grilled lamb chops, french fries, naan bread and hummus was an inexpensive meal that you could find in every hotel and sports bar. I never got tired of it.