POPSUGAR Food Poll Do You Eat Lamb? by partysugar 7/16/07 0 Shares Like us on Facebook Image Source Read More LAMBMeatPoll POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests. Get inspired with our daily newsletter Home Love and Sex DIY Vegetarian Food Tech Sign up with By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. lms 7 years Lamb is delicious. Rack of lamb, curried, done with moroccan spices. My favorite is any Indian way. bizzybee 7 years Recently tried a tapas dish of grilled lamb and strawberries served with an arugula mint salad with fresh viniagrette. Who knew grilling the lamb and berries would make for an amazing taste sensation? darlindiva 7 years I love lamb... I don't cook red meat often at home, but when I do it's definitely either beef or lamb. I made a fabulous leg of lamb stuffed with chevre and mint for christmas... MMM!!! I also work at a very upscale steakhouse in Texas, and it's well-known among the staff that one of the absolute best dishes on the menu is our double lamb chops... they're imported from New Zealand, and they're seriously amazing!!! ReverendZelda 7 years My room mate's mother makes a delicious lamb, but every time she does I'm too sick to do more then just nibble at it. Quite tasty though. As a side note, in New Hampshire we have a really great buffalo farm that raises Buffalo, Elk, Ostrich, Deer, Pork, Chicken, and Lamb. If the way the animals are raised is important to you, you may want to check into places like this around you and avoid buying meat at the local grocery store. Yankee Farmer's Market cupcake_85 7 years Yeah when I eat greek food I'm all for lamb! designergirl 7 years I love lamb! It's sooooo delicious. designergirl 7 years I love lamb! It's sooooo delicious. Food 7 years Schianne - i hate to burst your bubble, but do you eat any other meat? a tiny chain sounds nice compared to some of the conditions that most meat is produced in (pigs can't turn around, chickens never seen the sun, etc.). It's not pleasant to think about, but you should check out Michael Pollan's book The Ominvore's Dilemma or Singer/Mason's The Way We Eat. Schaianne 7 years I have a hard time eating both veal and lamb because I've read about all the farms that keep them on a tiny chain where they can't really do anything but take 5 steps out of their "dog house" ... can you imagine living your entire life w/o being able to romp and play? AtatakaiSunshine 7 years I'll very rarely even eat beef or pork anymore (I used to be fine with them when I was younger), but I'll probably never try lamb because of 1—the reason I hardly eat beef and pork [dislike of animal slaughter] and 2—the reason I won't eat seafood [it just kinda grosses me out]. rhistar 7 years I agree with the earlier comment, Lamb is everywhere here in Australia and it is delicious.When I lived in Denmark I couldn't believe how scarce and expensive it was, I had to wait to come back home to have lamb shanks with mash postato. Yum.Actually I think now I will have lamb skewers with cous cous for dinner sometime this week, when I manage to get to a supermarket. rhistar 7 years I agree with the earlier comment, Lamb is everywhere here in Australia and it is delicious. When I lived in Denmark I couldn't believe how scarce and expensive it was, I had to wait to come back home to have lamb shanks with mash postato. Yum. Actually I think now I will have lamb skewers with cous cous for dinner sometime this week, when I manage to get to a supermarket. colormesticky 7 years It tastes plastic-y to me for some reason, and I'm bothered by eating baby animals anyway. Baby animals, and any and all seafood. Freaks me out. MeeshD 7 years I've never tried it, but I must admit I've seen some tasty looking lamb chops on television! Every chance I've had to try it, I always find something else on the menu that I know for sure I'll like. One day I'll go for it! arihm 7 years I eat within the confines of Greek cuisine, but not really anywhere else. sarabel 7 years we have it every x-mas. lolli-pop mean (rack of lamb) is a tradition. wouldn't be x-mas without it! zc 7 years yup lamb chops...yum! zc 7 years yup lamb chops...yum! Food 7 years It's interesting, a lot of people find it weird to eat, but many countries count it as a staple. I don't think I had it until I went to college, but I love it! The flavor is so wonderful and lovely. Curious-Alice 7 years I don't eat red meat myself. Curious-Alice 7 years I don't eat red meat myself. Rachiepop 7 years I had lamb at school once when I was about 10. We were learning about Passover, since then I've been in love with it. I always get it on my gyros and whenever our state fair starts up I have to get a lamb sandwhich it's just so good. It reminds me of pork, but it's better. LoneWolf 7 years I don't eat meat. And lamb especially makes me want to hurl.Ha! Katie. Is that Everything is Illuminated? I loved that movie. LoneWolf 7 years I don't eat meat. And lamb especially makes me want to hurl. Ha! Katie. Is that Everything is Illuminated? I loved that movie. sweetheart_450 7 years Never. My stomach doesn't agree with most meat, this included.