Osso Buco with Julienned Vegetables

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    Main-Course Servings
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By James Peterson

Published 2007

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Just a fancy name for veal shanks, osso buco usually comes in thick, meaty slices that have a marrowbone in the middle. If you were to sauté them like a steak, they would be unbearably tough. But when they are braised, they soften and release their delicious flavor. Virtually all braised meat dishes—stews and pot roasts—include aromatic vegetables for flavor that are often strained out before serving. In this version of osso buco, the vegetables are julienned, added midway during cooking, a