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"This is a very good recipe. I have fixed it twice now and got raves twice! It's an elegant, easy dish with few ingredients. Just buy the best lamb you can buy, and you'll have a marvelous company dish. I serve the chops with roasted new potatos a salad and a good Cabernet. For dessert anything with a lemon flavor goes well as an ending.
"This is such a good recipe one which I have fixed for many years. I learned to fix it at a cooking class in Tuscuny and really the only difference is that I brush a bit of milk on my very thinly pounded veal (I buy the best veal I can buy at a Whole Foods type of store, because good veal is usually sold to the restaurants, so be prepared to pay ..."
"This variation on an old favorite is welcome and delightful. I haven't made it yet....tomorrow for sure and I know it's going to be wonderful. Thank you for sharing."
"I made this recipe exactly as it was printed (why fiddle with a good thing?). I didn't have to alter the portions either. I do feel a little guily though I took full credit for the recipe when my husband was raving about what a good cook I am! Sorry. It was delicious. Thanks."
"This recipe is juch a nice departure from the usual Crock Pot recipes for country style ribs which usually produce a gloppy dish. I followed the recipe with the exception of cooking times since I was very busy. I baked the ribs at 250 for 4 hours, drained the beer added the BBQ sauce and cooked uncovered for an additional hour and fifteen. I als..."