I love lamb chops! Growing up and being Italian we always had Sunday dinner at my grandma's with pasta and sauce and almost always lamb chops. They are so unique and when cooked properly they are incredible. I was in France driving from Paris all the way down through the Luberon and stopped in Provence for 1 night at this roadside Inn that was so amazing. It is Mas de Longuefeuille They made these lamb chops with grilled tomato and onions and wine that I have never forgotten! This is my homage to the Inn owner Bernard for his incredible Inn & teaching me this wonderful way to enjoy lamb!
What You'll Need:
Double Bone Lamb Rib Chops
1 tomato cut in half
1 onion cut into large rings
fleur de sel
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