Monday, July 19, 2010

East Fork Farm Lamb Kabobs

Try this- go to farmer's market, buy a pack of pastured lamb kabobs from your favorite meat grower, take them home, rub on them with spices and herbs, put them on the grill, pick em' up with your fingers, and place in your mouth. . .

. . .the end.

Dry Rubbed Lamb Kabobs:
*1 Tbsp. olive oil
*1 large garlic clove, minced
*1 1/2 tsp. dried oregano
*1 tsp paprika
*1 tsp tamari
*1 tsp fresh grated ginger
*1/2 tsp sea salt
*1/2 tsp fresh ground black pepper
*1 Tbsp chopped fresh rosemary
*red pepper flakes to taste, optional

Prepare grill or cast iron griddle over medium heat. Blend all ingredients for rub, together in a small bowl.
Rinse lamb kabobs. Pat dry with paper towels.

Massage a small amount of the rub into each piece of lamb. Place on the grill and cook until medium rare. Please do not over cook, you will miss out on all the sweet, tender, lamb kabob love.

Allow to rest before enjoying with plenty of beautifully prepared garden veggies.


  1. Try this: Befriend a girl in an apron. Read her blog religiously and enjoy it every time. Call her at odd hours to report insignificant details of your quirky life. Eat lamb from East Fork Farm. The end.

  2. Wow. reminds of mom and dad's efforts at Swan Mountain farm. Sounds yummy.