Osso Buco (also known as ossobuco, Italian for “bone with a hole”) is an amazing dish, but can definitely come off as intimidating for the occasional home cook. While it is often served at fancier restaurants, it is very easy to make at home—and can even be created using one dish! Osso buco is traditionally made with veal shanks, but in this case we’ve used beef. Additionally, the original version of this dish does not include any tomato, so it may be adapted for those on an autoimmune paleo protocol. Interestingly enough, there is a version that includes cinnamon as well.