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3162c11b e070 4795 95d1 fd9492a6b582  lulusleep
added almost 6 years ago

One easy way is to roast them. I usually put them in a 400 degree oven for about 15 minutes. (It will depend on size) You can make a parsley salad with it but I usually just sprinkle on some nice salt (fleur de sel, pink salt, etc.).

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added almost 6 years ago

I like to start the bones in cast iron skillet over medium heat with butter, rosemary, thyme, turn them so they color on all sides and then put them in a pre-heated 200 degree oven for about 10 minutes. enjoy!

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pierino is a trusted source on General Cooking and Tough Love.

added almost 6 years ago

Roast the bones at 400F and serve them with the traditional perselliade; parsley and garlic. One of Michael Symon's cooks has a great technique for removing the marrow and finishing the dish outside the bone. I have that saved someplace but I'm not at home. But love marrow. Sweet, succulent and delicious.

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Michael Ruhlman

Michael is a food critic and established cookbook author -- Ruhlman's Twenty and Egg: A Culinary Exploration are the most recent additions to his vast body of work.

added almost 6 years ago

Roasting is great because so easy. Another great way to serve is to remove it from the bone, coat it in flour, and saute it till its crispy outside and hot inside. This post has the method and serving ideas: http://ruhlman.com/2008...

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