Osso Buco is a nineteenth century Milanese dish that, luckily, has never gone out of style. It's a cut of shank, cooked for hours in a slow braise of wine, tomato, carrots, celery, and onions. Traditionally it's made with veal but it's also delicious with pork - especially when the pork is from Red Wattle hogs, whose fat turns meltingly tender.
We'll send a group of 8 oz pieces of raw shank cut from Red Wattles raised humanely, with acess to the outdoors, given natural feed with no hormones nor antibiotics.
Ships frozen. They may thaw and be cold, not hard, when they arrive.