Not very many options there. (I’d personally go with the vegetable stock if he’s making something not with beef.)
Left out the seafood stock for my clam chowder.
Alternative caption: “The wide range of Plugger cuisine”!
The stock market is up.
Keep the beef. Gimme the rest.
In case you didn’t know – and to answer the question before it even comes up – stock has more flavor (if you need that) than broth.
Prefer the soup base from a container that you mix yourself. This way you can mix the stock you make to your taste :-)
Once opened, don’t these need to be refrigerated?
Real pluggers make their stock from scratch.
I just hate having to wear the required headgear when I cook
Right next to the gravy mixes, between the chili and curry powders.
:) Very fun!
Once opened they should be refrigerated to maintain freshness. Best to use all at once. And not stored near heat no matter their open/closed state.
Those are the ONLY stocks most pluggers own…
My shelf is wider than that. It’s 3 feet wide. That’s right, it’s my stockyard shelf. ;-)
isn’t one of the Pluggers a chicken?
Gary Brookins and Susie MacNelly
June 10, 2017