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Don't let Maryland get all the Triple M lamb! Here's how to buy it

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Want to try the lamb chops that Governor John Hickenlooper sent to Maryland Governor John O'Malley after losing a bet on the Broncos/Ravens game? Mary and David Miller, owners of Triple M Bar Ranch, will be in Boulder on Saturday, January 26, delivering meat to chefs -- and while they're parked at the Boulder Cork lot that afternoon, you can buy some of their specials.

The Millers were at the Capitol yesterday, delivering some Triple M lamb chops to Hickenlooper. "We started and ended our day in the lambing barn in our grungy coveralls," Mary writes in an e-mail to regular customers. "David and I agreed that we cleaned up pretty well to attend the lamb grilling event at the State Capitol. It was a long day, but we sure had fun."

See also: - Governor Hickenlooper grills lamb and eats crow - Five better bets John Hickenlooper could have made with Maryland - John Hickenlooper cites Cheetos, Goldfish when Amendment 64 passes: Official state munchies? - Balls! What does Colorado taste like to you?

Want to join in the fun? Watch this video of the governor looking sheepish at the lamb-frilling at the State Capitol yesterday:


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