Osso buco is a classic Milanese dish of braised veal shanks in a hearty wine- and vegetable-based sauce. The marrow in the shank bones bathes everything in its rich flavor as it renders during the braise, while a bright mixture of parsley, lemon zest, and garlic (known as gremolada in Italian) finishes the dish off. Get Recipe!
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You aren’t alone if you’ve never heard of Barolo Chinato; it’s certainly not as ubiquitous as Italian vermouth or bittersweet liqueurs like Campari, Averna, or Fernet. In terms of flavor, chinato is somewhere between vermouth and amaro, but the best chinati are more delicious than either of those. Read More
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