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Veal Shank

What Is Osso Buco?

Osso buco sounds much fancier than “bone with a hole,” doesn't it? But that's what it means, and there is indeed a round, marrow-filled bone in the center of the veal cut used in this Italian classic...
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Copper daubiere for osso buco?

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by betsy_VA 1 year ago

I'm planning to cook osso buco for the first time in a couple of weeks and I'm wondering whether this is an occasion to use a French copper daubiere (aka a "braiser box"). I'm cooking four veal sha...

leftover veal shank from broth...what to do

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by cleopatra999 3 years ago

I made a stock today with veal shanks, there are three large pieces of shank in it with a lot of meat on each. Surely I can do something with this meat, despite it being 'boiled' not braised. Thoug...

Quick veal shanks question (for Osso buco)

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by TrishUntrapped 8 years ago

I want to make Osso Buco this weekend and am not sure what type of veal shanks to get. I have read some of the threads on Chowhound and there was discussion about using hind shanks which are small...

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