The great challenge of home cooking is finding ways to bring new life to everyday family favorites. At our house, this is a true mission since every meal is a candidate for this blog. We are constantly on the lookout for ways of making meals that are new and different. One of the easiest ways of doing this is changing up the sides that go with, for instance, grilled lamb chops.
Lamb chops are a staple at our house. We buy trimmed loin lamb chops for an amazingly good price at Costco . The last time I looked at our butcher’s, 1 lb. of them were the same price as the entire 10 pack that I’d bought there ! We divvy them up, use our Seal a Meal, then freeze them and pull them out and defrost them in the fridge. They do not seem worse for wear and they are very juicy with the distinctive rich flavor that makes lamb so deliciously different from any other meat. I marinate them in Worcestershire sauce then grill them under the broiler for 6 minutes a side. Perfection! But last fall I was reading the New York Times Sunday magazine when I discovered a great accompaniment that really makes the simply grilled lamb chop a whole other dinner.