Bone broth and alcohol, what?!?!?
You don't hear it often, but yes beef broth and bloody mary's go together very well to make for a perfect blend of freshness, savory and booze. Yes, the BLOODY BULL is a version of the classic brunch cocktail, whose followers swear by its taste so much that it can be drank any time of the day (which I guess makes it the perfect cocktail).
Bloody Bull (makes two drinks)
6 oz tomato juice
4 oz beef broth
3 oz vodka
2 tsp lime juice (about a lime)
1 tsp lemon
1-2 tsp of hot sauce of your choice
1.5 tsp Worcestershire sauce
.5 tsp celery salt
dash of cayenne pepper
dash of black pepper
Combine all ingredients up in a pitcher and stir well. Then pour over glasses full of ice and stir again to get them nice and chilled. Garnish with whatever you like: celery, lime, okra, jalepeno, get creative.
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Limited Edition Coming in March - The Northwoods
We will have a small batch of smoked bone broth. We have slow roasted our bones over hickory to add an intense backwoods flavor to the broth. This is another great stand alone sipping drink, or if you prefer it will add some great smoke flavor to your chili, briskets, or any other slow roast BBQ recipes. Get it while it lasts.
I think it is safe to say that we all consider white bread and wheat bread to be of poor nutritional value, hence the need for bread companies to add nutrients to make their product "fortified." Which is funny dince most of those added nutrient are not even accessible to the body because they are either: fake (manufactured) or the anti-nutrients in the grains do not allow it to be used.
Regardless McCollum and Downey found that the simple addition of GELATIN to a diet of white wheat bread improved nutrition so much to impact growth rates.
It is clear that gelatin both adds to the digestive abilities, allowing the rats to access more nutrients and it provides essential protein that allow the rats to overcome the poor quality of the diet. Does this mean eat crap and eat gelatin and you will be fine! Of course not! It simply is an illustration how real food, harnessed from real bone broth can be of tremendous benefit to both your digestion and nutritional profile.
The winter is a time for stews and such, so lets take a new look at little different version of your standard beef stew. This dish is a favorite among Koreans as a of the staple dish and is often a primal dish in other cultures as well. It is served with rice in which the rice may be directly added to the soup, added after or left out. The meal goes great with kimchi.
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