This ain't no Stigler Diet: Fried Lamb Chops with Chanterelle-Asparagus-Courgette Risotto

The view over Prague from the main building of our faculty (FSV 2013).

Some of my friends and followers are concerned to what happened to my home cooked meals. I admit, I haven't been blogging very actively, but I do cook food every day for my family! :) It is just that my studies at Charles University (est. 1348) and expat-wife responsibilities are leaving me little time to blog. 

Today, I bought some fresh lamb chops from Lidl. (The Czech people are not too crazy about lamb meat, so it is quite rare to find unfrozen lamb meat in Prague.) Nevertheless, tonight, I fried some lamb chops with extra virgin olive oil (EVVO), butter, garlic and rosemary. Simultaneously, I cooked chanterelle-asparagus-courgette risotto with lots of EVVO, butter and Parmigiano-Reggiano. Simple ingredients = delicious food. No George Stigler Diet, thou. Very heavy on calories and very palatable.

During the economics courses we all studied the works of Nobel Laureates in Economics. George Joseph Stigler was an American economist and the key leader of the Chicago School of Economics (a neoclassical school of economic thought) who received the 1982 laureate in Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences. Dr. Stigler game up with Stigler's diet (a mathematical optimization problem), which has been much ridiculed for its lack of variety and palatability. 

Fried Lamb Chops with Chanterelle-Asparagus-Courgette Risotto

FSV 2013. Master’s studies multidisciplinary programme International Economic and Political Studies. Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague. 

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