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Osso Buco question


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Osso Buco question

Ed Fontleroy | Jul 29, 2005 06:19 PM

I am having company for dinner tomorrow night and am going to serve Osso Buco. Does anyone have experience/opinions on whether cooking the osso buco today, or even tomorrow morning, refridgerating it, and then reheating it will affect the quality of the meal? It would be a huge boon to me if I could, (and do something else I need to do tomorrow afternoon,) but I don't want to compromise the meal. I have actually read some recipes that say it gets even better this way, but I don't know firsthand if that's correct. If you do think it will not compromise the dish, do you have any special tips or suggestions about whether I should cook it to completion and then throw it in the fridge, or whether I should stop at some earlier point in the process and then continue from there? Thanks in advance for your help.

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