Do you make stock with your leftover turkey after it has been trimmed of meat? I had posted my way of making chicken stock and actually it is identical to that--just using the leftover turkey bones. Any bones from meat would work for stock such as beef or pork. I am reposting this recipe for any of you interested making it and storing it for future soups, stews or other dishes. We had a 22 pound turkey this year, so I had to pull out both my large and smaller slow cookers. After putting them on last night before we went to bed our home was smelling wonderful when we woke up this morning. Now I have several containers of this gold to pull out of the freezer when I want to use it.
There are all sorts of "official" ways of making stock. I am not a chef, but I'll show you a very easy way to make chicken stock in a crock pot that my daughter taught me how to do. I used to make this stock on top of the stove--but when she told me about using the crock pot it's much easier.
Last week I made roast chicken for our family.