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Lamb Rib Rack Help!

hollandnm | Jan 28, 201105:10 PM

I received a lamb cut labeled "rib rack" when I bought a half-lamb from a local farmer. I initially thought it was a classic "rack of lamb," but having looked at recipes, I think it it's actually several different cuts that have not been cut apart. It's clearly ribs, but there are approximately 18 sections. I've attached a picture below.

Is there anyone that could tell me what it is that I have and if there's a way to cook it as one cut (preferably roasting or braising)? I'm trying to cook it for a dinner party of six tomorrow and need to decide if I should abandon this project for another meat entree or if I should go ahead with it.

Any help would be much appreciated.

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