Slow-Braised Osso Buco
Osso buco translates as "hole in the bone," referring to the delectable marrow in the center of the veal shank bone. This Lombardian specialty is ideal for entertaining because the flavor of the dish only improves if it's made in advance. More Braising Recipes
The shanks can be refrigerated in their sauce for up to 3 days. Add a little water to the pan before reheating.
This rich, meaty dish needs a rich, meaty wine, such as a Sangiovese from southern Italy.