osso bucco

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Osso bucco is an Italian veal stew, first made probably in Milan, in which unboned pieces of shin of veal are braised in white wine with tomatoes, onions, and leeks. The name means literally ‘bone with a hole’ in Italian—hence ‘marrowbone’.

Subjects: Cookery, Food, and Drink.

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