Osso Bucco is an Italian preparation based on slow-cooking meat in veal broth until they are fall-off-the-bone tender. I've applied this technique to lean pork, which breaks down all of the flavors within. Gremolata is a chopped fine herb mix that gives the dish a clean finish, and the creamy sweet-corn polenta is mixed with aged parmesan to give this dish a rich flavor.
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