Kitchen Roundtable

That meat is flavorless, but I use it, adding more of the good meat.

As far as vegetables, I usually only use vegetables when I'm making vegetable stock (no meat). So, in your situation, I would use the picked meat off the bones, add more of the flavorful meat and use a fresh batch of vegetables.

All the ingredients you used for the stock will have very little flavor left in them, but you'll have some really tasty stock! And all those minerals in the vegetables will be in the stock, too. That just might help get Frank well quicker!

Yum, I need to make some soup soon! :thup

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Question for soup makers: When you make turkey or chicken soup, do you use
That meat is flavorless, but I use it, adding more of the good meat.
Thank you. I threw out the carcass, bones, and cooked veggies and saved the meat to make
Sounds delicious! *NM*
glad he's feeling better :thup *NM*
Re: Question for soup makers: When you make turkey or chicken soup, do you use