RE: [] making stock from leftovers

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From: John Corcoran
Subject: RE: [] making stock from leftovers
Date: 20:20 on 26 Dec 2006
unless you have something specific you know in advance you're going to use it for I'd just use what's around.
don't add too much water, better a small amount of good stock that you can dilute or add to stock cube stock than a load of weak stuff that's no real use.
personally I'd start with a onion quartered (i include the skin) and pepper corns for pretty much all stock.
if its lamb then maybe some rosemary.
then what veg to you have about that you aren't going to use.
and what herbs do you normally like or go with what you would normally need stock for.
hope that very unscientific and basically unhelpful comment helps


From: Nigel Rantor []
Sent: Tue 26/12/2006 19:24
Subject: [] making stock from leftovers


happy everything to you all...

so, I've never made stocks before and I have the bones from a leg of
lamb (the remainder of which is becoming a pot-luck stew as I type) and
I'd like to make a stock from it.

Any recipes floating out here?


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