|by Mark Kurlansky|
From Mark Kurlansky, bestselling and award-winning author of "Cod", comes a lively, insightful anthology of food writing from ancient to contempor...
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In a heavy, deep skillet melt 1 tablespoon butter. Add veal and brown. Transfer to a platter. Reduce heat and add 1 tablespoon butter, onion, carrot, ...
In an 8-quart ... oil cook beef shank cross cuts until well browned ... tender, stirring occasionally. Skim fat. Yield: 16 cups or 10 main dish servings.
Brown meat in cooking fat in Dutch oven. Pour off drippings. Break up tomatoes and drain, reserve tomato pieces. Add water, tomato liquid, onion, ...
In a Dutch ... skillet brown beef shanks and sausage; drain ... Discard bones; return meat to pan. Add kale and potatoes. Simmer, covered 25-30 minutes.
In very large ... heat, heat beef shanks 2 tablespoons salt ... teaspoons salt. Cook 30 minutes or until vegetables are tender. Makes 26 cups or 14 servings.
In a large ... heat, heat beef shanks, 2 tablespoons ... Stir in frozen vegetables and 2 tablespoons salt; cook 30 minutes or until vegetables are tender.
In 10 quart ... oil. Cook beef shanks until browned on ... hour, stirring often. Cut cooked meat into ... minutes. Freeze half leaving 1 inch of space at top.
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