Lamb Osso Buco over Parmesan Polenta
Osso buco is an Italian dish that's traditionally made with veal shanks. This version uses lamb for a different flavor. Make the polenta just before serving for the creamiest texture.
Instead of shanks, we chose shoulder chops (sometimes labeled "arm chops"), which are smaller and easier to handle. Prepare the lamb and vegetable mixture a day in advance; combine the ingredients for the gremolata earlier in the day, and refrigerate until dinnertime.