The short answer in no. The argument always is that they might be, just as well as they might not be. But what else happened them? Was the temperature high causing the meat to deteriorate? They are cheap enough, to be on the safe side throw them away and buy some more .
It depends on where you left it. If it's inside and hasn't been touched by anything, it's probably safe to eat. But if you left it outside, then most likely bugs have crawled all over it, and it isn't sanitary any more.
Norma put the lamb chops in the boiler
In a rack of lamb the ribs/ chops are still joined together in one piece. Lamb chops are separated / individual pieces of meat (and bone)
If they are bought from a kosher butcher, yes.
Lamb chops grilled over a wood fire is an excellent dish.
Yes, of course they are.
The cheeks of the lamb
Your question is incomplete. How many grams in how many kg/ounces/lbs of pork chops? It depends on the size of the chop, how fat (meaty) the lamb was, how much water is in the chops and how heavy/developed the bones are.
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.
The difference between a lamb chop and a lamb cutlet is the lamb chop is bigger than the cutlet.