Lamb shanks are at their best when gently cooked. A slow cooker creates meltingly tender meat in a flavorful sauce -- perfect for Sunday dinner. Asking your butcher to slice your shanks ensures an easy fit in a slow cooker. Or, look for smaller foreshanks, which come from the front of the lamb.
Treat party guests to the classic Italian combination of prosciutto, Parmesan, and green olives with this easy-to-make hors d'oeuvre from chef Pierre Schaedelin.
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