14 Days Dry-Aged Suffolk Rib Rack Of Lamb
Region: Yorkshire Dales National Park, UK
Shelf Life: Min. 6 Days
The Suffolk is a sturdy heritage sheep from East Anglia, the result of interbreeding between two other breeds, the muscular Norfolk Horn and the meaty Southdown. Traditionally the Suffolk is celebrated for the wonderful quality of its mutton, though are also a flagship breed for the excellence of British lamb, combining developed flavour with characteristic sweet succulence. This quality means the Suffolk can be found today all over the world.
Tasting Notes: Sweet, Complex, Matured
Known as Carré d'Agneau in French cuisine and butchery textbooks, the Rib Rack of lamb is cut out at ninety degrees to the spine of the animal, leaving the ribs intact with the prized rib meat attached. The ribs are then French trimmed to leave clean bone at the end of each rib for maximum effect. More commonly simply cut into chops, the Rib Rack is a favourite of chefs and increasingly in demand.
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