osso bucco


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osso bucco

(ˈɒsəʊˈbʊkəʊ) or

ossobuco

n
(Cookery) a stew, originally from Italy, made with knuckle of veal, cooked in tomato sauce
[C20: from Italian: marrowbone]
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But the bison osso bucco was ideal in every way, and if we had been provided with a little fork or spoon to scoop out the bone marrow it would have been even better.
The bulalo's Italian equivalent is the Milanese osso bucco, braised beef shank served with saffron risotto.
garnished with a lobster confetti, Alaskan king crab legs, 18-ounce bone-in osso bucco and 14-ounce bone-in strip steak with three jumbo shrimp.
Like the rear shanks, the forelegs can be turned into an Italian delicacy known as osso bucco.
Offering an array traditional Italian dishes, from Pappardelle Bolognese to Pork Osso Bucco, this high-end sibling of New Brunswick's Stage Left recreates Sunday dinner at grandma's house, with generous portions of Italian favorites along with handcrafted cocktails and an extensive wine list.
including roast turkey, roast leg of lamb, rotisserie chicken, crab-stuffed salmon sides and veal Osso Bucco.
My personal favorite was our food issue of April 2010, which proffered a banquet of stories about how food is employed in the theatre, and which included actual tear-out recipe cards compiled and kitchen-tested by AT staff (I personally tried out the Omnium Gatherum osso bucco and the Rabbit Hole lemon squares).
The Americans have a lovely term for these places, 'red-sauce joints',' which is often taken as a pejorative description, but for me it sums up such restaurants perfectly - somewhere where there are raffia-bound Chianti bottle candle-holders, where you can get a really good lasagne or a lip-smacking Osso Bucco, and where the waiters chat up the ladies whilst suggestively grinding pepper from oversized mills.
What to drink for Christmas dinner, what to drink when herself goes out and I can make Osso Bucco or Moroccan-style lamb shanks and what to fill my growler with present a not insignificant challenge.
Bernard pairs the syrah with flavorful dishes that can hold their own next to the glass, including pork osso bucco, rack of lamb, duck breast and steak.
Its bestsellers are what Chef Ed created, which the owners describe as wonderfully rich and flavorful, the idea of comfort, like the braised beef osso bucco, beef shank cooked in a tomato-based sauce until tender and served with perfectly cooked chayote and carrots.