Rack of Lamb served "on the bone" can be used in a number of ways to provide a delightful meal, either as a small "on the bone" joint or served "to attention" as a guard of honour.
Available as a 4 Rib Rack
A prime cut of lamb , a whole rack will consist of eight ribs , neatly trimmed of fat. It's one of the most expensive cuts of lamb available and should be roasted until pink or medium at most. Two racks can be tied into a circle or stood facing each other with the bones interweaved and served as a " Guard of Honour" or a " Crown Roast. The rack can be divided up, as well as being sold as individual cutlets.