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- n. The upper part of cattle's foreleg
- n. A cut of meat from this part
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- n. a cut of meat from the upper part of a front leg
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It's easy to get mired in the numerous parts of a steer, whereas the diminutive size of the lamb carcass made clearer the distinctions between the shoulder, rack, loin, leg, and foreshank.
That said, the baby back pork ribs with demi glace and honey-soy sauce were fan-freakin-tastic, as was the Cordero, a ridiculously tender lamb foreshank, braised in rioja red wine, orange zest, and coriander.