Origin of stockpot
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Pour into the stockpot, being careful to stop before the broth is all in and the fat starts to come out.Your Friday Gadget Chef Recipe: Two Day Soup
November 9, 2012
Like fowls, an old turkey is fit for nothing but the stewpan or the stockpot.
In the nursery, was Georges answer, as if he cared whether we were in the copper or the stockpot!The Celebrity at Home
Evidently he would have been rid of me, but a literary man, scenting material for his stockpot, is not easily shaken off.Sketches in Lavender, Blue and Green
Jerome K. Jerome
Put them into stockpot, and place flesh from head on top; then well cover with water, add little salt and let slowly come to boil.
- mainly British a pot in which stock for soup, etc, is made or kept
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