lamb chop


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Noun1.lamb chop - chop cut from a lamblamb chop - chop cut from a lamb      
chop - a small cut of meat including part of a rib
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lamb chop

ncotoletta d'agnello
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Thomas, and ask him if he would step up and partake of a lamb chop and walnut ketchup, with a glass of India ale?' Young Mr.
Three-quarters of an hour later, supper ready, all but the putting on of the lamb chops at the sound of his step, Saxon waited.
'A bit of fish,' said John to the cook, 'and some lamb chops (breaded, with plenty of ketchup), and a good salad, and a roast spring chicken, with a dish of sausages and mashed potatoes, or something of that sort.' Something of that sort!
I have known her to be thrown into fainting fits by the king's taxes at three o'clock, and to eat lamb chops, breaded, and drink warm ale (paid for with two tea-spoons that had gone to the pawnbroker's) at four.
Giving a 1/2-pound lamb chop about 3 minutes per side will
The Curry Challenge creation in the Attu Chops Iral Curry featured a lamb Chop with dosa, nilgiri prawn with wild brown rice.
TV gardening expert Monty Don has revealed his wife Sarah saved his life as he choked on a lamb chop.
"Boy, this is a good lamb chop,'' he tells his interviewer, just before deciding to pick it up with its convenient rib-handle and eat off the bone.
On June 14, Nikesh Shukla, a novelist, and his two friends attached a tandoori lamb chop to a 2-metre-wide weather balloon.
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After adding the two heads of taxes, which amount to ` 629, the cost of a lamb chop dish becomes ` 2,918.
Flip to the yes side when you want waiters to bring more meat; no when you're stuffed with the grills (lamb chop and sausage, achiote chicken, beef sirloin) that are sliced from the skewer in front of you.