Yes it is. However, the longer the meat has been frozen the less the meat will taste, so use Rosemary, garlic powder (NO SALT as salt toughens meet and it should be added before serving if the person cooking it likes salt) a little red wine after brown the lamb chops or, you could use a touch of garlic (not over-powering because you just want to bring those juices out) and lamb should be served slightly pink and not well done. You can serve with veggies, a nice tossed salad, garlic bread, roasted or BBQ'd small red potatoes. If you are going to roast the potatoes over the BBQ then cut up heavy tin foil into 4 - 5 inch squares or use one large piece of foil, wash and cut the small red potatoes up and place in foil, add thinly sliced green onion, a little salt/pepper, olive oil or Italian salad dressing) crease the top of the foil over the potatoes (leaving room for expansion) and seal ends of foil. Pop on the BBQ or in the oven for 20 - 25 minutes. Fresh corn is also great with this meal. Tip on buttering your corn: Instead of putting out a chunk of butter for your corn (if you are having guests over or just with family) melt butter in a small pot, add a little salt, pepper, Parmesan cheese (the powdered kind) melt and pour into a small bowl and use a brush to dip into the butter and spread on your corn.
If lamb chops have an unpleasant odor or have turned any strange colors, such as blue or green, it is safe to say that they have expired. Do not eat them.
If you're going to boil pork chops anyway, you can start boiling them while they are frozen. However you cook them, make sure the center of the meat reaches 145F to be safe.
Is it safe to cook and eat a three year old large lamb joint
Microbiologically, it should be OK as long as it was safe when frozen and has been kept properly frozen. It might not taste very good, but it should be safe.
No, it is not safe.
Frozen pork chops can last in a quality freezer for 6 to 9 months as long as they are in air-tight packaging. After that, they are still safe to eat, but they lose their flavor.
No it is not!
While potatoes that have been frozen are safe to eat the cell structure of the potatoes will have been damaged. As a result the quality of the potato has been diminished.
No, it is not safe.
It is only safe to eat if you want food poising
of course not
Uncooked pork chops are never safe to eat. They have to be cooked in order to make them safe.
If it has been frozen all this time, it should still be safe.
No, that would not be a safe thing to do.
If you are referring to a raw steak that has been thawing in the fridge (at proper settings) for the past 3 days, then it is probably safe to cook and eat as long as it was safe to cook and eat prior to being frozen.
As long as the freezer has been properly maintained and the pork was safe to eat when it was frozen, it should still be safe to eat now. But it might have become rancid by now and might not taste very good.
Shrimp can be safely frozen for up to 3 months. I would throw it out.
It is safe to eat 3 year old frozen deer sausage as long as:It has been kept frozen at temperatures below 32 degrees Fahrenheit the entire timeThe sausage does not have any offensive odors or flavors.
Yes, I believe so.
no it isent