As the weather heats up and thoughts turn to planning outdoor parties and backyard meals, many Canadians find themselves in the market for a new barbecue. One of the more popular options on the market is the gas grill.
Okay, so the word ‘Lolly’ is used here because the chops cut off a rack of lamb loosely resemble a lollipop. Personally I think the term is a little un-manly, I prefer to call them meat sticks. I mean you could really have fun with it and call them ‘Baby Mutton Meat Sticks’. I am alone on this however, so we are going with Lamb-Lolly.
Raw Bison striploin is generally about 6 lbs. This should feed about 10 people. Where can you get it? I suggest you check out this website: http://www.canadianbison.ca/. If you can’t find any, you can substitute with beef.
Go to your fishmonger and tell her you want 2 lbs of U10 Dry-packed fresh Atlantic Scallops. They should smell sweet, be off-white to pink or orange in colour and look pretty much like a bag of marshmallows, which is what they’re going to taste like….a beautiful, crispy marshmallow…mmmm.