Sunsets out here are often spectacular, and I sometimes think I should time dinner to take advantage of them.
That was the view from our dining room, but I was still cooking dinner, instead of sitting there enjoying the view.
It is brutally cold. Soup weather. I did make chicken soup today with the remnants of a CSA chicken.
After roasting the chicken last night, and eating the legs and thighs, we cooked down the wings and saved the breast meat to make soup. I made a very rich stock from the bones, innards and skin and put some of it back in a pot today with carrots, celery, onions and half the soup fixings from our trip to Manheim market last month.
A little salt and pepper, some parsley. Lots of low, slow cooking and we had one awesome chicken soup. Served with some local bread picked up at Roots today.
I put away two pint jars and another cup container of stock for the freezer. I used one of the Freedom Rangers. A small heritage chicken we get in the CSA. We have enough soup left for another lunch.
Two dinners, one lunch and chicken stock for three meals. Not a bad “Return on Investment” for the chicken.