- Tip: An italian classic, perfectly suited for a slow braise. Traditionally cooked in white wine and served with a gremolata over rissotto alla milanese.
- Provenance: Pennsylvania
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Osso bucco are the cross cut sections of veal shank perfectly suited for a slow braise. Literally translating to “bone with a hole” this cut boasts a portion of bone marrow at the center of each piece.