|Plenty of Cooking Liquid Out of the Onions and Juicy Chicken|
Then, Ms. Lisa suggested I make chicken stock from the bones and skin left behind. Just add celery, carrots and some water and leave the crock pot on overnight. OK. Sure.
|Stock! Two More Jars Completed This Haul|
And the fruits of that "labor-intensive" project: About 8 cups of chicken stock cooling on the island. All for the $6.00 I spent at Trader Joe's for the bird. That's a winner of a deal. Plus, the leftover chicken that I'll be mixing with bbq sauce for dinner tonight.
Meanwhile, the dog was my BEST FRIEND in the kitchen. The smell of chicken was enough to drive the poor guy insane. A few pieces "fell" from the island over the course of the meal prep, I won't deny it. He would have washed my car for more, if he was physically able to do the job.
|Chicken? Do I Smell Chicken?|
PS. If you don't have Lisa's book yet, I highly recommend you purchase it. It's inspiring (stop eating so much processed foods, people!) and includes yummy recipes. I've made a few things from it, so far.