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When sharing, consider pairing the pie with kalberwurst ($20.95), a white sausage made with veal and milk.
Coppa, Cambridge, Mass. Chefs Jamie Bissonette and Ken Oringer offer smoked beef heart and marrow pizza as well as veal brain ravioli at their Italian inoteca.
According to Axios, diners at Dee Angelo’s restaurant in Westhampton Beach, New York, took a brief break from their spaghetti vongole and veal parm to give him a hero’s welcome.
While Trump takes his steaks well-done with ketchup when not eating Big Macs and Filet-O-Fish, Scaramucci frequents Hunt & Fish Club for veal parmigiana, decked out in Loro Piana suits.
A thin layer of smoked mascarpone tops the veal tartare in a marrowbone.
Rich ordered six entrees one night: Three filet mignons, two beef wellingtons and veal parmesan.
Add the water, beef base, veal demi-glace, pepper and granulated onion.
The hot dog’s immediate ancestors, traditional wienerwursts and frankfurters from Germany and Austria, were made from combinations of pork, beef and sometimes veal.
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