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Re: [BKARTS] cheap & easy substitute bone folders



Hi Silver: That one takes the cake. I'm gonna do that!

Anastasia Weigle

Silver MayKitten wrote:

Pick up some beef shin bones from a butcher, boil them
for an hour with water to cover with chopped celery,
carrots, onions braised till transparent and some
fresh crushed garlic cloves . Add tomatoes and
potatoes and simmer an hour, add some barley and cook
about 20 minutes longer, seasoning to taste. Pull the
bones out and strip all the meat off and boil the
bones in clear water for two hours; return the meat to
the soup. Enjoy the soup.

That is how I get all my folding bones.

MayKitten
--- Ann Frellsen <libavf@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:


Popsicle sticks work well!

Ann Frellsen


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