Osso Buco is too venerable a recipe to fiddle
with, so we concentrated on extracting the most
flavor from its simple ingredients.
Osso buco, literally “bone with a hole,’’ is the Italian term for veal shanks. This meaty cut, akin to beef shanks or lamb shanks, becomes meltingly tender when stewed for several hours in a covered p...
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