Pork Ossobuco

Pork Shank Ossobuco

Though traditional ossobuco is made with veal shanks, the cooking method lends itself perfectly to pork shanks as well.  If you haven’t tried braised pork shanks, you’re missing out.  Done properly they melt in your mouth and the meat falls from the bone with just a fork.  The other added bonus is they’re cheap; I picked mine up at my Mexican grocer for $1.99/lb.  They normally come as a 6 inch long shank from the front legs of the pig so I had the butcher saw them in half to make the perfect size for braising. Although the addition of … Continue reading