Osso Buco, which translates as “hole of bone” is pure meaty awesomeness. Placing on a bed of risotto or polenta pays tribute to Osso Buco’s roots and takes this Italian comfort food to another level. Traditionally, Osso Buco is made with veal but see how I make Beef Osso Buco, a carnivorous wreath.
Does it look like you’ve been watching a super sad movie and crying over your cutting board when chopping onions? In this video from POV Italian Cooking, Amber Williams shares her tip to preventing tears while cutting an onion