+
Home Cooking

Lamb 'o-bone' chops??

cacao | Jan 28, 201710:06 AM     6

Where I live in the SW. there is a common grocery chain, "Sprouts". They carry some sort of lamb chop they call 'o bone chops' and I think they made that name up :) I bought some, and I ought to have asked the guy at the butcher counter what they are, but I did not; any ideas? They look a bit like shoulder chops, but with less marbling; and they have, well, a little bone in them shaped like an 'o'.... I'm assuming they'd be good to braise, but I was curious if anyone might know what part of the lamb they came from!

Want to stay up to date with this post? Sign Up Now ›

More from Chowhound

These Frying Pans Are Fire: Our Favorite Skillets for 2019
Shop

These Frying Pans Are Fire: Our Favorite Skillets for 2019

by Camryn Rabideau | Welcome to Cookware Week! We're sharing our favorite cookware sets, accessories, and kitchen appliances...

9 Essential Kitchen Utensils and Which Cookware They Work With
Shop

9 Essential Kitchen Utensils and Which Cookware They Work With

by Camryn Rabideau | Welcome to Cookware Week! We're sharing our favorite cookware sets, accessories, and kitchen appliances...

9 Excellent Instant Pot Accessories to Help You Eat Healthier
Shop

9 Excellent Instant Pot Accessories to Help You Eat Healthier

by Chowhound Editors | Welcome to Cookware Week! We're sharing our favorite cookware sets, accessories, and kitchen appliances...

The 8 Best Pressure Cookers of 2019
Shop

The 8 Best Pressure Cookers of 2019

by Camryn Rabideau | Welcome to Cookware Week! We're sharing our favorite cookware sets, accessories, and kitchen appliances...

Get fresh food news delivered to your inbox

Sign up for our newsletter to receive the latest tips, tricks, recipes and more, sent twice a week.