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       Title: Chicken Stock
  Categories: Soups/stews, Poultry
       Yield: 6 servings
       4 lb Fowl                                1 ea Neck and giblets chopped
       1 ea Onion stuck with 2 cloves           2 ea Leeks, halved lengthwise
       2 ea Carrots                             1 ea Stalk of celery, halved
       2 ts Salt                                6 ea Parsley sprigs
       1 ea Unpeeled garlic clove               1 ea Bay leaf
   In a kettle combine the fowl, the neck and the giblets, and 12 cups cold
   water, bring the water to a boil, and skim the froth.  Add 1/2 cup cold
   water, bring the stock to s simmer, and skim any froth.  Add the onion, the
   leeks, the carrots, the celer, the salt, and the parsley, thyme, garlic
   clove, and bay leaf and simmer the stock, skimming the froth for 2 hours.
   Remove the fowl from the kettle, remove the meat and skin from the carcass,
   and reserve the meat for another use. Chop the carcass, return it and the
   skin to the kettle, and simmer stock, adding boiling water if necessary to
   keep ingredients barely covered, for 2 more hours. Strain the stock through
   a fine sieve into a bowl, pressing hard on the solids, and let it cool.
   Chill the stock and remove the fat.  The stock may be frozen.
    Make 6 cups.