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Turkey Broth take two

OblioOblio Posts: 53
edited 1:08PM in EggHead Forum
Only 2 1/2 of 12 guests showed up last night :( While I'm busy carving up what's left of the bird I decided to toss the carcass bones, herbs, onions, lemons in a pot to make more broth (yes, they we all in the fridge after dinner).

Yes, the bird, broth and gravy was great last night, thanks Max! :cheer:


  • Wow, I think you need some new family/friends!

    Oh, well, more leftovers for you!
  • Is the half a child or an animal?
  • OblioOblio Posts: 53
    Grown child who HAD to leave while I was making gravy and grabbed a to-go plate. I was only 40 min off the scheduled time.
  • Same here. My wife and I were the only ones to attack a 10# turkey.

    I made stock out of the bones, and broth out of the meat that was left. Very interesting. The stock made sort of a loose jelly like texture and the broth was a pure brown liquid.

    Both will be fantastic, but I'm curious about how the differences happened.

    Dripping Springs, Texas.
    Just west of Austintatious

  • Could it be the marrow or some other component of the bones?
  • Je ne sais pas, Gwen. I am hoping a stock/broth expert might chime in. Also, I am curious to know which kind (broth or stock) is best used in various recipes.

    Dripping Springs, Texas.
    Just west of Austintatious

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