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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!

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