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The Ossobuco, which in Italian means empty bone, is a type of veal cut. The cut comes from the tibia or femur from the animal with which different typical dishes from Milan are made. Normally it’s served with a little bit of Rissoto alla Milanese and gremolata, a sauce made with garlic and parsley.


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