Osso buco is Italian for "bone with a hole," referencing the marrow hole seen in the bone of a veal shank. This traditional Italian recipe, Osso Buco alla Milanese, is a delicious braised veal dish served with tender vegetables and garlicky gremolata
Osso Bucco is my all time favorite dish.I use veal shanks. Risotto Milanese with Osso Bucco. Osso Bucco in Italian means “Bone with a Hole”. Veal shanks, or Oxtail is seared and then braised in a sauce with red wine, herbs and beef stock.
Drunken Slow Cooker Beef Stew (Beef Carbonnade) Belgium comfort food, made easy in the slow cooker! Beef stew made with plenty of sweet onions, herbs and beer. perfect over egg noodles, mashed potatoes, or with a crusty piece of bread! The Chunky Ch
An Italian friend of mine had an Italian restaurant and used this recipe for over 30 years. When he retired, he graciously consented to passing it on to me. I will share it with you. It is excellent as meatballs, in spaghetti sauce, hamburger patties, or
*Double all spices* Crisp-tender baked garlic chicken and potatoes — This is your new go-to quick and easy dinner for the family! Chicken thighs, potatoes and red onion, bake everything in one single pan with just a s…