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Where To Buy Lamb In Houston [BEST]


This year, why not give your family go-to a twist? Lamb is a classic Easter table trope, but we're not talking about Granny's roast with mint jelly. Just choose your favorite cuisine and enjoy a lamb dish that is sure to please this April 21, or any other day.




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Houston's three Chinese Muslim restaurants have whittled down to just this one. Luckily, the lamb kebabs keep us coming back time and again. The skewers of tender, crisp-edged flesh dusted in cumin and chile powder arrive still sizzling from the grill. Get them over fresh naan bread to soak up all their juices.


Greek Easter isn't until April 28, but Helen chef William Wright is warming up on the 21st with meltingly tender slices of whole lamb served with greens and lemon-roasted potatoes. Don't worry, you can say "Opa!" with the dish on the 28th, too.


Whole lamb is the name of the game, here, too, but you can get it every day. Foil-wrapped, chile-sauced mixiote is a serious $11.99 meal with cactus salad, consommé, homemade tortillas and a plate of herbs, but our favorite is the barbacoa de borrego in tangy salsa verde.


There are five lamb curries on the menu here, but trust chef-owner Sheel Joshi to bring it up several notches from a vindaloo or rogan josh. Instead, spring for the tandoori rack of lamb. Rubbed with rosemary, ginger and a collection of Indian spices, it all but vaporizes into a tantalizing perfume between your teeth.


You don't have to leave the loop for Ethiopian thanks to the Audley Street location of this established favorite. There, you can choose from six lamb stews served over sour, spongy injera bread. Our favorite is the yebeg key wot, cubes of softened meat served in an earthy red sauce flavored with berbere spice mix.


This casual Cypress storefront specializes in crêpes and pirozhki, but for our money, the best dish is its pile of deeply marinated lamb chops. They're served over aromatic rice and pita-like bread with a burstingly fresh tomato-cucumber-and-feta salad. Pro tip: Pack up half to-go so you have room for Bailey's-chocolate crêpe.


You can thank some nods to the Mediterranean for the pair of irresistible lamb dishes at this eclectic hot spot. It's hard to order just one plate of the lamb dumplings dressed in spicy tomato sauce and tangy labneh, but console yourself with a dish of olive-dotted lamb tartare, scooped up with warm sesame-crusted flatbread.


Every Mediterranean restaurant in town does some iteration of the lamb kebab. The proprietary spice blend enlivens the ultra-tender cubes of meat here to make this lamb dish one of our favorites. It's even better when paired with the frozen lemon mintade.


Greg Noble: Certainly at the top of my list for convenient reasonable spots to eat. The food is consistently wonderful. Must try the falafel gyro, lamb shanks and baked eggplant! Best humus on the planet!


Rebecca Arnold: The lamb is out of this world! Get lamb chop med rare! We also had the lamb vindaloo! So crazy delicious! Our server was so sweet! This is now a fave place of mine! Max dinner entree is $20


Sugi W: They're happy to make any Indian dish for you, even if it's not on the menu! I was bummed that I didn't see lamb saag (it's my favorite!) or garlic naan but they made it and it was sooo tasty!


They have weekly sales, where you can get your hands on some great deals, and they also have a hot BBQ inside the market where you can get hot, cooked meats, ready to take away and eat on the go, such as baby back ribs, whole chickens and pork riblets.


As far as products, these guys offer way more than your average chicken, turkey, lamb, and beef. Here, you will find unusual meats such as alligators, python, moose, elk, turtle, cabrito, emu, and rattlesnake.


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At Crescent Foods, we see the process through from Farm to Fork. It all starts where our birds are raised humanely and free to roam on these farms. They are antibiotic free and are fed an all vegetarian diet free from animal by-products. Processed and packaged using state of the art technology, we bring quality products to your table.


From the very beginning the TLBA has sponsored lamb shows, sales, and educational events to help our youth. We have given numerous scholarships and are now partnered with the San Antonio Livestock Show and the Texas Lamb Validation Committee to give four $2,000 scholarships and two $10,000 scholarships each year during the Sheep Skill-A-Thon at the San Antonio Show.


The TLBA has been major sponsor at the Star of Texas Show in Austin and is currently a major sponsor of the San Angelo Livestock Show and Rodeo. Since the partnership began with the San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo the TLBA has paid out close to $1,000,000 to exhibitors of Texas-bred lambs at San Angelo. 041b061a72