The temperatures are dropping and we are very excited to serve big bowls of piping hot stew, spicy soups and comfort dishes that that take a little longer to cook. With a little less to do outside we are going to do just that, focus on recipes that cook low and slow and let them sit and simmer!
Osso buco is a great winter dish. When you think of it, you most likely think of Osso Buco alla Milanese, a fabulous recipe from Milan, Italy. Traditionally, this dish is prepared with braised veal shanks, sweet vegetables and a fragrant white wine. Veal shanks tend to be a little pricey, but substituting a pork or beef shank will reduce the cost and be just as delicious. We have even tried boneless chicken thighs!!!!