Down To Tha Bone

I went to the Chelsea Market the other day and stopped into “Dickson’s Farmstand Meats”, and by chance asked them if they had any Beef shin bones. They quickly cut, and trimmed 3 beautiful bones for me.

I soaked the bones in salted ice water over night changing the water 4 times.

I dried the bones and brushed them with extra virgin olive oil, salt and fresh ground black pepper.

Then I popped them into a pre heated oven at 425 degrees. Broiled them for 25 minutes…okaaaaay, more like 30 minutes which was a dad too long but who’s perfect

I sliced and toasted a fresh baguette and man oh man was it gooooood!

Sooooo, I scraped all of the marrow off the bones, chopped the parsley, and added some roasted garlic…put it all in a dish and tossed it in the fridge. I was going to freeze it but the next morning I got up, made some coffee, and spread some of the left over bone marrow, parsley and garlic on a toasted baguette…IT WAS EVEN BETTER! Thank you GOD for letting man discover fire, n beef bone marrow, n garlic n stuff.


  1. That’s a GREAT recipe for when company come over unexpectedly (and announce that they’re staying for 2+ days). Thanks D!


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