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Lamb Bacon

aledm Dec 20, 2011 03:54 PM

We first ate house-cured lamb bacon at Terra Bistro in Vail. It was a garnish on another dish and it was a show-stopper. We scoured the web to find a purveyor and couldn't find lamb bacon online. We special ordered it from our "Artisan Meat and Seafood" shop in the Valley called Cut (56 Edwards Village Blvd., #105, Edwards, CO 81632, tel. 970-926-3007). They were able to source it somewhere around Denver. It was $12 a pound and delicious--maybe a little saltier than what we ate at Terra Bistro. But definitely worth trying.

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    latourvail Jan 5, 2012 09:44 AM

    The lamb bacon is our Chef Oliver's specialty. If you're interested in a recipe, I'm certain we can get you one. Just email us at info@latour-vail.com and I'll pass your request on the chef.

    1. aledm Dec 28, 2011 02:37 PM

      Apologies to everyone. Our meal in Vail where we first had house-cured lamb bacon was at La Tour, 122 E. Meadow Dr., Vail, CO 81657, tel. 970-476-4403.

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        caviar_and_chitlins Dec 20, 2011 05:22 PM

        If anyone can find it for you, Jeff at the Pig and Block can. He's at 3326 Tejon. Phone is: 303-455-6328.

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          RobynS Dec 20, 2011 06:28 PM

          Lamb bacon? OMG!!!! Glad Cut was able to get it for you. Now I want some!

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