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Homemade Beef Stock

Recipe photo courtesy of ANITA CALERO

This stock serves as the base for our French Onion Soup.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, October 1999



Cook's Notes

This homemade beef stock will keep in the freezer for up to 4 months. A butcher's shop can cut veal bones into small pieces for you.

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  • LMUCowboy
    16 MAR, 2008
    You can get the cheese cloth at ANY supermarket - usually in the aisle where they have cheapo pots and pans. You can get the twine at most drug stores or on-line at cooking supply store. Just make sure that it's undyed COTTON twine - otherwise you'll end up with interesting flavors and tatste a-la Bridget Jones Diary....... Good Luck.
  • olsonsd
    14 MAR, 2008
    I just wish I knew where to find these cooking tools like cheesecloth and cooking twine. I'm new to this and could use suggestions!

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