Bone-marrow, the soft, fatty substance which is contained in long bones, com-monly called marrow bones, has a variety of cooking uses.

Cut into fairly thick slices and poached in salt water, the marrow may be used to garnish steaks. Beef bone-marrow, diced, poached and drained, is also used in various brown sauces.

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