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Broth and Stock

  • How-To

    From Rinds to Riches

    Why adding a stock made from cheese “scraps” to risotto, braises, and more is an easy, economical way to boost flavor.

  • Recipe

    Cheese Rind Broth

    This savory broth makes use of something that might otherwise be tossed: the rinds of Parmesan or Grana Padano cheese. Use the broth in soups, risotto, pastas, and braises.

  • Recipe

    Pulled Chicken

    Seasoned with garlic, bay, and paprika, this versatile chicken is delicious in a number of dishes. You can shred it as soon as it cools and refrigerate it for up…

  • Recipe

    Thai Pork Broth

    Though Thai Hot-and-Sour Shrimp Soup tastes terrific when made with just water, the more flavorful and traditional way to make it is with pork broth. This recipe makes more broth…

  • Recipe

    Roasted Vegetable Broth

    This broth will boost the flavor in any vegetable soup. It’s pretty hands off, so it's easy to put a pot on whenever you know you’ll be home for a…

  • How-To

    An Easier Way to Strain Homemade Broth

    If you’ve got a big pot with a pasta insert, you’ve got the equipment you need to save your back, prevent burns, and avoid making a big mess in the…

  • Recipe

    Chinese Chicken Broth

    The importance of using good broth for Chinese cooking (and really, any cooking) cannot be overstated. This simple broth—flavored with ginger, garlic, scallions, and cilantro—makes a fantastic base for many…

  • Article

    A Winter Soup to Warm You Through

    This vibrant soup gets some oomph from rich, homemade chicken stock and piles of greens and peas.

  • Article

    Turn Up the Bass!

    Bacon meets sea bass. Enough said.

  • Recipe

    Homemade Chicken Broth

    Making your own chicken broth if an easy proposition. All is requires is throwing a chicken and some vegetables into a pot and them letting them simmer. This version is…