Chef Michael White is known for cooking refined, inventive Italian food in upscale restaurants. And he proves it in this recipe he shared with Wine Spectator. It is Brasato di Manzo, which means simply "braise of beef. The main thing, though, is that this is a crowd-pleaser, a hearth in a pan. As White says, "Everyone loves long-cooked meat."
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