Split Pea Soup

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RE: Split Pea Soup 2003/07/17 07:36:32 (permalink)
Elise, My Little Lambie-Pie,
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RE: Split Pea Soup 2003/07/17 08:43:41 (permalink)
Mmmmm, Elise. I can just taste that soup from your description.

My solution to the Hambone Dilemma is to cook the leftover hambone in water to cover, along with celery, carrots, onions, garlic, a couple of cloves and some herbs. After a couple of hours, I strain the broth and then return it to the pan and boil it until there's only about 2 cups left. I cool it and pour it into an ice cube tray; then when frozen, pop out the cubes and put them in a freezer bag. I add a couple with the water for split pea soup or bean soup - sort of like homemade boullion cubes with lots of flavor but they hardly take up any room in the freezer. I have done the same with turkey carcasses, pork rib bones (great with lentil soup), etc.
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