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Soup Stock using Prime Rib Bones and Trimmings

January 3, 2015

As usual, there is more than enough homemade soup here so i am sharing. Have a look at Don’s cooking blog……Gail

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We had a Prime Rib Roast for 12 for Xmas. dinner. I usually make a big pot of soup following this event. Making soup stock takes a while so I usually make the stock a day or two in advance of actually making the soup.

Beef Soup Stock

I use a large stock pot  – about 18 qt. size.  Here are the ingredients I used: 3 large unpeeledquartered onions, 6 celery stalks and tops, 6 large cloves of garlic, beef bones and trimmings. Herbs: fresh or dried sage, thyme and bay leaves.  Photos © Gail Harker 

Softening the ingredientsSoftening the ingredients – Place a TBSP of olive oil in the bottom of the stock pot.  Add the onions and other ingredients in the pot to soften.  

Add meat scraps and trimmingsAdd meat scraps and trimmings – in addition to the bones from the roast. Save larger pieces of meat to add later.

Simmer without a lidSimmer overnight  without a…

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5 Comments leave one →
  1. Barbara Fox permalink
    January 3, 2015 10:48 pm

    Thank you Don and Gail for this very appealing post. Don’s love for cooking and Gail’s love of photography have melded for a post that delights the senses!

  2. pennypeters permalink
    January 3, 2015 10:49 pm

    Looks so delicious I can almost smell it!

  3. Marilynn Olson permalink
    January 3, 2015 11:54 pm

    I did look at Don’s blog and made a comment. The instructions and photos make me want to spend the extra time and try this recipe next time I have the necessary ingredients to make the stock, too. Thanks for this.

  4. Chris O permalink
    January 5, 2015 5:22 am

    Thanks, Gail & Don. Looks delicious. Now, how do I print this for my recipe collection? Thanks! Chris O

    Date: Sat, 3 Jan 2015 22:00:11 +0000 To: chris.ok@sympatico.ca

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