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Eisbein ~ refers to the shank section, which can be fresh, but is usually pickled and smoked; must be cooked or braised for a long time. Very commonly served with boiled or mashed potatoes, sauerkraut, and mustard. #German_Cuisine #Eisbein

Eisbein ~ refers to the shank section, which can be fresh, but is usually pickled and smoked; must be cooked or braised for a long time. Very commonly served with boiled or mashed potatoes, sauerkraut, and mustard.

Shanks are often overlooked when it comes to choosing a meat for braising, especially in the home kitchen. Sure, intrepid cooks may simmer osso bucco once in a lifetime, but it's rare to see a shank or two appear on the table. In The Great Meat Cookbook, Bruce Aidells presents a great case for bringing pork shanks to the holiday table with his recipe for Stinco. For this Italian-style pot roast, Aidells braises a couple of meaty shanks in a sumptuous sauce of white wine, porcinis, and ...

Bruce Aidells' Stinco (Braised and Roasted Pork Shanks)

Bruce Aidell's Stinco Braised & Roasted Port Shanks (can do lamb/beef instead)

Braised Pork Shanks Recipe on Food & Wine Pork shanks, which come from the front leg of the pig, can be chewy when cooked incorrectly. When prepared properly, however, they become succulent and flavorful. Tim Love thinks the best way to cook them is in a long, slow braise, as in the recipe here. Don't let the liquid boil, he warns, or it will toughen the meat.

Braised Pork Shanks

For this pork shank recipe, Texas celebrity chef Tim Love masters the tough cut with a long, slow braise. The result: flavorful meat and ready-made gravy.

How to make Good Old Fashioned German Potato Salad. #blessedbeyondcrazy #potatosalad

Old-Fashioned German Potato Salad

Perfect for Oktoberfest! How to make Good Old Fashioned German Potato Salad - Refrigerate 8 hrs. then Bake 45 min.

Pork and Sauerkraut Recipe

pork and sauerkraut. Traditional Pa Dutch New Years meal. We always have this on New Years day w/ mashed potatoes

Gruenkohl und Pinkel - Kale and Sausage - North German Specialty

Gruenkohl und Pinkel - Kale and Sausage - North German Specialty

Cooked kale is called Gruenkohl and is very popular in East Friesia, the Rhine and up north. Everyone has different ways of eating kale, one of the most famous is called "Gruenkohl und Pinkel".

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