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Red wine jus (jus is a French word meaning a thin gravy or sauce made from meat juices). The béarnaise is far from traditional or “proper” but …

from Mama Miss

Chicken Avocado Soup

Räkor (Swedish Shrimp): Räkor, also known as cariedas, are found in most places around the world with access to water (both salt and fresh water). In Stockholm, the shrimp are world famous and you must try them if you get the chance. There is quite a large variety of shrimp that you’ll find and they are usually cooked inside their shells.

from Pinch of Yum

Healthy Fettuccine Alfredo

"Healthy Cauliflower Alfredo... tastes almost exactly like regular alfredo sauce and i bet if you didn't tell people they wouldn't know....I added one can of chicken broth to two cans of vegi broth...!"

Maple Bacon Pockets looks great, but I don't know a lot of people who would be interested in trying them.

from Reformation Acres

~Peeling Chicken Feet

No you don't eat them! Chicken feet add rich flavor, healing nutrients, and gelatin to you soups, stews, and bone broths. It really makes for a delicious stock.


Talking Bone Broth with Chef Marco Canora of NYC's Brodo

Talking Bone Broth with Chef Marco Canora of Brodo - Easy recipe: whatever bones you want, and it doesn’t really matter as long as it's good quality. Pile in a pot, cover them with water about 3-4 inches, boil it for 5-7 hours. Then add the mirepoix—carrots, celery, onion, parsley, bay leaf, and peppercorn, whatever—and boil it for another hour or two. Then you have a delicious stock.

from Kitchen Stewardship | A Baby Steps Approach to Balanced Nutrition

Basic Homemade Chicken Stock

The Encyclopedia of Chicken Stock - everything you need to know to make homemade bone broth, from getting the best gel to making it the most frugal possible