Thick slices of veal shank are called osso buco in Italian, or "bone with a hole." The tender meat is often served with saffron-flavored risotto, although it can also be accompanied by fresh vegetables such as peas, asparagus and baby carrots, cooked in a little butter. Be sure to provide narrow spoons or knives for removing the rich marrow from its hollows.
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