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Old 01-05-2004, 01:56 PM   #1
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No-fuss fresh home made stock

When we moved to Italy, I brought my slo-cooker crockpot with me. I actually thought I'd never use it again, but, on the contrary. I use it all the time to make fresh home made stock, and it's great. You just put in all the ingredients required to make fresh stock, add water, and leave it overnight. It really works well, and I wouldn't be without it, be it chicken stock, beef stock, ham stock, game, vegetable, fish, you name it - it works, and you don't have to stand over it for hours. If I could get another crockpot I would, so I could have two types on the go at the same time :D




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Old 01-05-2004, 03:40 PM   #2
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Great idea Dianne (and Happy New Year to you). I'll have to give that a try. Good to see you too!

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