I made Osso Buco for the first time yesterday and was very pleased with the way it turned out. After scanning a few web sites and several cookbooks, I felt that Tyler Florence's recipe from his "Real Kitchen" cookbook was the way to go. It calls for browning the veal shanks, removing, adding the vegetables and cooking them for a bit, then returning the veal to the pot, adding a bottle of Cabernet, reducing that by half and then pouring in some beef broth and chopped tomatoes. After a couple of hours in a 375 degree oven, it was very good. However, having done it this way, I'm curious as to what other posters favorite recipes are for this dish. I noticed that some recipes called for white wine and chicken broth.