This is the man that still believes that Beef = Love!
A few posts ago I made chicken stock, and this week I made beef stock.
They were particularly abundant in the later Triassic and early Jurassic Period, until they were replaced as the top aquatic predators by another marine reptilian group, the Plesiosauria, in the later Jurassic and Cretaceous Period.
In the Late Cretaceous, ichthyosaurs became extinct for unknown reasons.
I wasn't always that way but just kind of evolved, as I shared in my chicken stock post.
Meat and fish stocks play a role in all traditional cuisines—French, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, African, South American, Middle Eastern and Russian.
In America, stock went into gravy and soups and stews.
I am just as nuts about beef stock as I am about chicken, except maybe a bit more even since it took me longer to be successful making the beef broth.
When I was dating my husband, he had me over to his house and made us a wonderful T-bone steak dinner.