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Homemade Beef Stock for French Onion Soup

This recipe can be halved. After making the French Onion Soup, you will have a couple of cups of stock left over. You can use it in any recipe calling for beef stock.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, November 2004
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Don't crowd the pan, but the ingredients should fit snugly to allow for even browning. Deglazing the pan with wine picks up all the flavorful brown bits. Simmer stock gently; boiling can make it cloudy.

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