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Old 03-31-2011, 02:34 PM   #1
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So I got about 13 pounds of bones from a local market, just giving them away!

I have roasted them and they are in the stock pot now simmering slowly.

What are you favorite uses for pork stock?
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Beans, kasha...and veggie/barley soup. Yumminess Frank!
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The house smells so good right now...

Oh goodness I love making stock just for how good it smells.
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Bean and bacon soup. Cabbage soup.
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So I got about 13 pounds of bones from a local market, just giving them away!

I have roasted them and they are in the stock pot now simmering slowly.

What are you favorite uses for pork stock?
Pork stock makes a mean pot of beans. Rice would also be really good with stock instead of water.
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Old 03-31-2011, 04:17 PM   #6
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I have done rice with chicken stock. Rice is on the list of things to try with the pork stock too...
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I have done rice with chicken stock. Rice is on the list of things to try with the pork stock too...
Rice cooked in a seasoned stock or broth is pilaf. Try browning some minced onion and broken up vermicelli in butter before adding the rice and stock.
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Rice cooked in a seasoned stock or broth is pilaf. Try browning some minced onion and broken up vermicelli in butter before adding the rice and stock.
So that's what pilaf is! I had always thought it just meant rice. All this time I've been making pilaf and didn't even know how gourmet I was being.

I'll try your idea Andy. That sounds really good.
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I have cubes of gelatinized pork stock in my freezer. I add them to anything that could use some liquid. It's a blessing in disguise that my local supermarkets don't sell them in cans or bouillon. I can drink it straight up. And I sometimes do, for a bowl of fresh noodle ramen.
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Someone mentioned Cabbage soup, sounds good. I've been partial to pork and noodles, too!
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