Gritted Veat Chop with Treviso and Italian Onions

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The Simple Art of Marrying Food and Wine

By Malcolm Gluck and Mark Hix

Published 2005

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VEAL CHOPS OR CUTLETS ARE A GREAT CUT OF MEAT TO COOK AT HOME. They are normally taken from the rib, a moister cut because of its higher fat content, or from the loin. Italian onions or cipolline are similar to button onions but flatter in shape, and can occasionally be bought fresh or in jars as antipasti. Treviso, or trevisiano, is a member of the radicchio and endive family, and looks a bit like a long red chicory. It can be bought from good greengrocers. Otherwise, radicchio will work e