Bones Recipes

Roasted Rabbit Stock

Roasted Rabbit Stock Just like with poultry, you shouldn’t throw the bones of a rabbit away.  Either make stock with them right away, or freeze them until you have enough bones & time to make stock later – get more flavor
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How to French Bones

“Frenching” refers to cleaning protruding bones of meat and tissue before cooking for a cleaner presentation. Here we’re demonstrating with a duck leg, but the same technique is used for racks, “airline” poultry breasts, rabbit legs, some bone in steaks
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Shellfish Faux Pho

Shellfish Faux Pho This noodle soup was inspired by the ever popular Vietnamese classic: Pho. In fact, it was originally intended to be a pho recipe, but ended up being more mild than we’d hoped. Still, it’s quite tasty and
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The Cardinal Rules of Stock Making

1. Never salt stock Ever. Break this rule and Marie-Antoine Carême will rise from his grave to haunt you as he’s surely haunting the purveyors of salty pre-made stock. While stocks frequently make use of a bouquet garni or sachet,
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How to Make Chicken Stock

Although not as easy as making vegetable stock, homemade chicken stock is very approachable and incredibly useful once you’ve added it to your kitchen skill set.  This technique can also be used to make stock from most other whole birds. What
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How to Make Fish Stock

Making traditional fish stock is almost exactly the same as making chicken stock from scratch. Fish stock can be used as a base for soups, chowders, stews and gumbos.  It’s great flavorful poaching liquid for poaching fish.  It can also be
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Quick Fish Fumet

We’ve also published a slower, more traditional fish fumet recipe that can be fortified (how to fortify fish fumet). What is Fish Fumet? Fish fumet is variation on fish stock that is more strongly flavored, and traditionally used as a poaching
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How to Make Veal Demi-Glace

If a recipe calls for veal demi or veal demi-glace (which is the same thing), you can either buy it (pure veal demi glace) or easily make it yourself from veal stock. Here’s how: Add dark veal stock to a
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Traditional Fish Fumet

This traditional fish fumet recipe takes considerably more time than our quick fish fumet recipe.  However, it uses different ingredients for a more prounounced flavor without the citrus elements found in the quick recipe, is more versatile, and is a better
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Dark Duck Stock

After you have fabricated your whole duck, don’t just throw the carcass away.  Make duck stock!  Duck stock can be used as you would chicken stock (cooking lentils, making risotto, as a base for soups or sauces), just keep in
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How to Make Veal Stock

How to Make Homemade Veal Stock: 1. Assemble your ingredients: For veal stock you will need:            Vegetables: usually a blend of carrots, onions, and celery (aka mirepoix)           A bouquet garni or sachet           Tomato paste (if making brown stock)
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