"People often ask me what I'd eat for my last meal and I can say for certain that bone marrow is in the mix," says Curtis Stone. "Inspired by the 'butchers' scraps' section on our bar menu at Gwen, this dish strikes a beautiful balance between primal and elegant, but bone marrow is something people don't often cook at home. Let's change that because it's affordable and simple to cook. Known as the 'butter of the gods', bone marrow is velvety smooth and spreads like jelly on a piece of bread." Begin this recipe two days ahead to soak the bone marrow.
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