'lamb sandwiches' on Serious Eats

A Sandwich a Day: The Sloppy Giuseppe at The Curious Palate in Los Angeles

The Sloppy Giuseppe sheds the ground beef for an abundance of slow roasted lamb shoulder, as deliciously tender as ground beef, only less reminiscent of summer camp. The bun is brioche, which slightly resembles a hamburger bun if you squint but is lighter, flakier, and just the right accompaniment for the lamb. There's also a smear of hummus, but the lamb is the star here. More

A Sandwich a Day: Leg of Lamb at Bedouin Tent

Bedouin Tent's leg of lamb sandwich ($8) rolls just-baked pita around green letttuce, tomato, onion, and (of course) slices of roasted leg of lamb. The well-done lamb meat is powerfully seasoned, particularly heavy on black pepper and roasted garlic and nudged to a higher level of flavor by the house's tasty lemon-mint mayonaise. More

A Sandwich a Day: Lamb Ragu Slider at Anfora

As long as we use the definition of 'sandwich' a little loosely, these juicy little Lamb Ragu Sliders ($9) must be recommended. The tender ciabatta roll is bursting with savory, slightly spicy lamb ragu and a shower of Pecorino. It's a bit like an Italian sloppy joe for grownups, perfectly seasoned and a little tricky to eat politely. More

Chris Bianco's Lamb Sandwich Recipe

In the slideshow tour of Serious Eats HQ, Katie Quinn shot a picture of Ed Levine under a handwritten recipe for a lamb sandwich from Phoenix chef Chris Bianco (Pane Bianco, Pizzeria Bianco). That prompted 13tracker to ask: "Can we get the lamb sandwich recipe? Or at the least, more and better close ups of it (wink wink, nudge nudge) — please?" Well, here you are, 13tracker—and everyone else who wanted it. What follows is more a template than a recipe. Baaa! More

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