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Who makes the best bone marrow ?

foodwhisperer | May 16, 201206:48 PM     43

I have always loved all kinds of bone marrow. Even the bits of marrow in chicken bones. I've enjoyed the marrow in Osso bucco as well. One of my favorite bone barrow dishes was the bulalo from Tagaytay, Philippines, where they make a beef shank and knee soup.
Recently I had the bone marrow appetizer at Minetta. it looked great with the toast soldiers. When I tasted it I was quite disappointed. It was unlike any I have had before; It was almost like a glob of uncooked fat sitting in the bone. Usually it is my favorite dish. Maybe i'm missing something and this is the "real" way to eat it.
The bone marrow dish at Recette, although prepared differently is delicious.
The bone marrow at Kin Shop, is absolutely delicious. It is so flavorful, you just want to lick the bones afterwards.
I''m interested to know, who has a bone marrow dish that is the best you have had. I am also interested to know what you thought of Minetta's bone marrow and if it usually comes out differently than what I was served, a glob of what appeared to be uncooked fat.

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