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I’ve been making stock, lots of stock.

Pretty much anything goes: celery that’s lost its snap, onions and garlic still in their skins, stray stalks, a handful of carrot tops, peppercorns scattered like buckshot, and, from the freezer, frosty bones. Things forgotten and unearthed. Onto a

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