Domestic Lamb Loin Porterhouse Chop

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Origin: USA
Weight: 8 oz
Processing: Hand Cut by Artisan Butchers


Our thick, meaty, tender lamb loin chops are the preeminent cuts of lamb. They include a piece of the tenderloin and loin, separated by a bone for extra juiciness and outstanding flavor for their size. Our lambs are properly nourished on pasture, in a stress-free environment where they’re never exposed to antibiotics or added hormones. Our special farms rear young lambs using humane and sustainable methods in a healthy, stress-free environment. The result of the careful husbandry and shepherding is lamb of superior tenderness and fresh, full flavor.

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Tim S.
United States United States

Lamb porterhouse

Got them for my boss, he said he won’t get lamb from anywhere else. Quality

Sheila N.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Above and beyond my expectations!

Communication was great, shipping was extremely quick, and the quality of the meats that I received were so fantastic. I will get my meat from Meat Artisan only from now on! Amazing overall!

Robert L.
United States United States
I recommend this product

The Meat Artisan Lamb Is Dominant

If you love this website and haven't yet tried any lamb, make it a priority. The meat is as good as all of the steaks featured on this site with just an unbelievable flavor and texture combo. Little rosemary and 133-135 internal was an awesome rare+ with this thick cut porter.

Will H.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Killer lamb

As the son of a Greek, I grew up eating lamb, and still love to eat it, a lot. Definitely some of the best lamb I've had, very tender and flavorful.

David P.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Very good lamb

I don't eat a lot of lamb. Put in Sous Vide in package at 136 for about 4 hours. Shocked and put in fridge. Brought up to temp and then decided to cook in grill pan over medium high heat. Placed a store bought prime rib rub on it when searing. I also flipped on side to sear fat for a few seconds. This was a good piece of meat. Came out perfect rare-med rare. The fat melted in my mouth. Even the kids liked it. Would def recommend it.