Osso Bucco is an Italian dish that when translated means "hollowed bone". It is made with veal shanks cooked in meat broth and flavored with white wine and vegetables.
Confit de Canard is more commonly called Duck Confit outside of France. The dish is made with a process of preservation that involves curing the meat in slat and then poaching it in its own fat. Its cooked slowly and sometimes is cooked as long as 10 hours.
Kabayaki is a Japanese dish of seafood that is filleted, boned and dipped in a sweet soy sauce based sauce. The meat is then broiled on a grill. In Japan the most common meat used to make this dish is eel and is considered a nutritious stamina generating food.
So, get ready for the new dishes when the advanced Cafe World cookbook is released!
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