Kettle Klatches! How to Make a Pot of Stock

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Welcome to Kettle Klatches!  

Homestead Conversations with Carol and Jenny

Recently my friend Carol and I got together to chat on the phone about our homesteading ventures.  We had such a great visit we decided to let you listen in on our conversation. So, join us  as we present our second post in an audio blog series about all things homesteading from food, to living on a budget, to gardening, canning, and more!

Today we continue the series “The Art of Soup Making” discussing the importance of making your own stock, share some interesting and unusual ingredients, and include a step by step audio “tutorial” to take you through the process.  If you missed our first installment, Planting a Soup Garden,  you can catch it here

We’d like to invite you to pull up a chair, pour yourself a cup of tea, and listen in!

 

Thanks for joining us!

The resources listed in this first session including the Make a Pot of Stock Printable can be found below:

Disclaimer

Carol’s book: Homestead Cooking with Carol ~ Bountiful Make-Ahead Meals;  no homestead kitchen should be without this excellent resource!

Our Soup Printable: pretty and practical, let this inspire you to create healthy nourishing soups for those at your table.

The Gold Cook Book: Originally published in 1947 this vintage gem includes several tips for making stock as well as recipes for a  variety of other treasures from your kitchen not found in many of today’s cookbooks.

Nourishing Traditions: A great cookbook featuring traditional recipes and techniques.

Our gift to you! A free printable to guide you through the process of making a pot of stock.  Click here to download.

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