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Veal & Lamb

Osso Buco Milanese


Osso Buco is a another client favorite. We’ve had many requests for these tender veal shanks simmered in a heady tomato sauce; a restaurant classic.

Veal Saltimbocca


Succulent veal scaloppini is best served by the classic treatment of saltimbocca.  Paired with Prosciutto and sage, the veal is lightly sautéed in olive oil and butter, then finished with a satiny Marsala sauce.  This is best when served with fresh fettuccini.

Irish Stew


A stick-to-your ribs kind of dish, this stew is loaded with tender lamb chunks, onions, carrots and potatoes.  As in a traditional preparation, a little barley is added to keep the stew thick and creamy.

Moroccan Slow Cooked Lamb


Classic Moroccan spices (cumin, coriander, fennel and more) permeate the lamb in this slowly braised dish. Dried apricots and chickpeas lend a distinct flavor and give body to the stew. This can be eaten alone or is terrific over couscous or egg noodles.

Minted Lamb Patties


Succulently seasoned, fresh mint and mango chutney are  wonderful accompaniments to lamb.  These patties can be left for you to grill or broil fresh, and freeze beautifully. 

Greek Spiced Lamb Meatballs in Tomato Sauce


We like to spice up fresh tomato sauce to produce a rich gravy for simmering these fragrant lamb meatballs. We'll garnish them with feta and find they're great when served with a Greek salad and rice or pita bread.

Pan-Roasted Lamb Curry


In this curry, the meat is stirred and roasted until well-browned.  We like using boneless lamb, which makes it easier to eat. Beef or pork could also be substituted.

Middle Eastern Spice-Crusted Lamb with Rhubarb Chutney


This succulent roast gets its piquant taste from traditional Middle Eastern spices.  It’s served with a Rhubarb Chutney to bring out the flavors.

Lemon and Oregano Lamb Chops


Juicy lamb chops take a trip to the Middle East with a zesty herb-and-lemon rub and a tangy cucumber-tahini sauce. These are taste best if we leave them for you to cook fresh.

Apricot Lamb Chops


Lamb pairs well with the Moroccan flavors of cinnamon and apricot. Pork chops may be substituted for lamb with equally scrumptious results. We like this dish served with couscous.

Lamb Chops with Garam Masala


Garam Masala is an Indian spice blend, with pepper, cinnamon, cardamom, cumin, coriander and cloves (we think those are all the ‘C’ spices!).  It’s a great seasoning for lamb; not too spicy and not too mild.  Sprinkled over lean chops, try lamb for a change of pace. 

Sesame Lamb Chops with Honey-Raisin Sauce


Seared lamb chops are a warming dinner on a frosty winter night.  Served with toasted sesame seeds and a fragrant honey-raisin sauce, they’re great with hot couscous.

Grilled Lamb Chops


Marinated in a mint sauce, lamb chops hot off the grill are a refreshing addition to our summer menu. We’ll leave these for you to grill fresh.

Peach Spiced Lamb Chops


Sometimes, fresh is best.  For this dish, we’ll provide you with tender lamb chops (you can also ask for pork), a flavorful spice rub and a pleasing peach topping.  You can grill or broil these chops yourself and have the start of a great meal on the table in about 15 minutes.  And, everything freezes beautifully.


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