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Rack of Lamb

A cut taken from the rib section of the animal, comprising between 6 an 8 ribs. The rack is a prime cut and can be roast whole, formed into a circular Crown Roast (when 2 are needed) or cut into individual chops and cooked accordingly. (the photograph shows an example that has been 'French Trimmed').

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