Secreto is a term used for a butcher’s secret cut. Crafted by master artisan Thomas Odermatt, our Secreto, cut from the short loin, brings 200 years of butchering tradition to your table….
Category: Chef Recipes
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We have to agree with Kipp. Not only is frenching tedious and time-consuming but when you remove all of that delicious rib meat you end up missing out on the best part! We’re talking about those golden-brown delicious bits, charred to perfection and begging to be eaten straight off the bone.
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Serve the duck with blood orange supremes and braised Vidalia onions.
Serve with plum sauce and enjoy!
Serve with a side of Native Harvest chokecherry jam and enjoy!
Slice, serve, and enjoy!
Serves 8-12 people
Thank you, Gwen LA for this amazing recipe!
Prep time: 10 minutes
Plus 30 minutes for resting pork
Cook time: 4 hours
It’s always fun and interesting for us to see what the chefs in our network are cooking up for their off-the-menu Family Meals. Our chefs from Untitled in NYC have provided the first recipe for our new Family Meal series. Although brining before cooking is not absolutely necessary, we have added their optional instructions on how to brine the shanks for incredible flavor and texture!