Pork project of the day: making stock
What to do with a pile of pork bones from our last pig?
Turn them into delicious homemade pork stock, of course!
The bones after roasting for 30 minutes at 400 degrees
Some veggies and herbs in a stock pot with a little bit of pork fat
Just add water!
About 6 hours later…
After cooling overnight in the fridge and taking off the fat, what’s left?
10 cups of homemade pork stock!
The recipe I used was from The Whole Hog Cookbook: Chops, Loin, Shoulder, Bacon, and All That Good Stuff, a recent addition to my cookbook library from which I expect to find many great pork recipes in the future…
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