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Broiled Rack of Lamb with Green Beans and Carrots

Broiled Rack of Lamb with Green Beans and Carrots

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  This is a simple yet elegant main course for almost any occasion. For a more dramatic presentation I like to serve a crown roast of lamb or standing rack of lamb. The attractive culinary centerpiece of two or three racks always looks stunning on […]

Lamb Chops with Spice Rub from Jaques Pepin

Lamb Chops with Spice Rub from Jaques Pepin

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  As millions of Americans, we grill burgers on the Fourth of July, and, as for millions of Americans, it is our family tradition. This year is not going to be an exception. But the holiday weekend is long, so there is enough space for […]

Bread Crumbs Crusted Lamb

Bread Crumbs Crusted Lamb

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  When I want to impress my guests I roast a leg of lamb. Yes, it is less convenient in many ways (longer cooking time, slicing, etc) but the leg looks so gorgeous on the table. Most of the time I still use boneless lamb: […]

Kharcho, Georgian Style Soup

Kharcho, Georgian Style Soup

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  In my Chicago suburban house I am gladly cooking Louisiana jambalaya, New England chowder, Southern chicken, and Texas cowboy caviar. While living in Moscow, I liked to prepare authentic meals from the former Soviet republics, such as Uzbek pilaf, Ukrainian gnocchi, Belarusian potato cakes, […]

Lamb Burgers with Avocado and Arugula

Lamb Burgers with Avocado and Arugula

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   During the summer season everyone cooks burgers (at least once). So do I. Actually, I am making burgers more than once, and I prefer to serve them as a part of ‘burger by the flavor’ dinner. What does it mean? This is a burger […]

Lamb Kebabs in Wine Marinade

Lamb Kebabs in Wine Marinade

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  No doubt, this is a timeless classic. You will be pleased to find a harmonious marriage of lamb, aromatic herbs and wine in this dish. The meat should be marinated for no less than six hours, and even better if you brine the lamb […]