This cut comes from where the loin meets the leg, and can be divided to produce two chump chops and a small, on-the-bone roasting joint called the chump end. Alternatively, the whole chump can be boned and sliced into lamb steaks, or tied into a nice, plump little joint that is sometimes described on restaurant menus as the rump. It's also ideal for stewing.

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