Lamb loin contains division of the backbone. Muscles include the eye of the loin, separated from the tenderloin by T-shaped finger bones, and the flank. Kidney fat is on the top of the tenderloin, and the outer surface is covered with fat, but with the fell, a thin, and paper like covering, removed. Lamb loins are typically ready by broiling, griddling, pan-broiling, or pan-frying. Lamb loin double chops contain top loin, larger muscle, and tenderloin, smaller muscle, other than with the flank detached from the cut. They are called double chops since this is a cross-cut of loin containing both sides of the carcass. These chops are loaded with softness and taste. Be sure to get the loin chops versus regular lamb chops. To prepare lamb loin you will need four lamb loin chops, a quarter cup of olive oil, one tablespoon of fresh thyme which has to be chopped, one tablespoon fresh chopped basil, two teaspoons of rosemary, two cloves garlic, minced, zest of one lemon, one teaspoon salt, and pepper for taste. Combine olive oil, thyme, basil, rosemary, garlic, lemon zest, salt and pepper in a bowl. Dip lamb chops into mixture to coat evenly. Cover chops and refrigerate for at least thirty minutes. Preheat grill. Place lamb chops on grill over a medium high heat. Grill about five minutes per side. Chops should be browned on both sides.