Tuesday, March 09, 2010
High Rise Picket Fence
Last Thursday we were invited to dinner on the Upper East Side with JP's fellow volunteers from St Frances Xavier's Sunday soup kitchen... On the terrace, a picket fence and a skyline that reminds me of the credits from 'The Honeymooners..'
Osso Bucco! Garnished!
On the menu was Osso Bucco, literally 'hollow bone'... it's a dish from Milan, Italy, capital of Lombardy, of braised veal shanks. The veal is usually sprinkled with gremolata, a mix of parsley, garlic and lemon peel, and braised in white wine and herbs..
Offsetting the Osso Bucco were two cheese-laden side dishes, the first steamed asparagus...
...and cold noodle salad....
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