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.