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  1. #1
    Peppermint Patootie Guest

    Default Buffalo tail soup

    I made some soup this past week that not everyone would like, but I
    loved it.

    I browned chunks of grass-fed bison "oxtail" in the oven with onion,
    celery, and carrot, tossed with EV olive oil. Turned the lot once or
    twice. Once well browned, I put the lot in a stock pot and covered with
    boiling water. Simmered for the afternoon. Took out solids and
    reserved the tail chunks. (Snacked on boiled veggies.)

    Returned the stock to heat and chopped up a good amount of plain old
    green cabbage. Added cabbage to the stock along with the meat I'd
    picked off the tail bones. Seasoned to taste with salt and pepper.

    Oh, man, was that good! Thick with cabbage, deeply flavored broth. I
    almost wished I had a cold so I could have been cured with it.

    I've got another 1 lb package of bison "oxtail" in the freezer for
    another round in mid-winter. Mmmmmm....

    Priscilla

  2. #2
    Cheri Guest

    Default Re: Buffalo tail soup

    "Peppermint Patootie" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    >I made some soup this past week that not everyone would like, but I
    > loved it.
    >
    > I browned chunks of grass-fed bison "oxtail" in the oven with onion,
    > celery, and carrot, tossed with EV olive oil. Turned the lot once or
    > twice. Once well browned, I put the lot in a stock pot and covered with
    > boiling water. Simmered for the afternoon. Took out solids and
    > reserved the tail chunks. (Snacked on boiled veggies.)
    >
    > Returned the stock to heat and chopped up a good amount of plain old
    > green cabbage. Added cabbage to the stock along with the meat I'd
    > picked off the tail bones. Seasoned to taste with salt and pepper.
    >
    > Oh, man, was that good! Thick with cabbage, deeply flavored broth. I
    > almost wished I had a cold so I could have been cured with it.
    >
    > I've got another 1 lb package of bison "oxtail" in the freezer for
    > another round in mid-winter. Mmmmmm....
    >
    > Priscilla


    That sounds good too.

    Cheri



  3. #3
    Susan Guest

    Default Re: Buffalo tail soup

    x-no-archive: yes

    Peppermint Patootie wrote:

    > Oh, man, was that good! Thick with cabbage, deeply flavored broth. I
    > almost wished I had a cold so I could have been cured with it.
    >
    > I've got another 1 lb package of bison "oxtail" in the freezer for
    > another round in mid-winter. Mmmmmm....


    Priscilla, you should freeze some of the made soup so it'll be ready to
    go when you get that cold you just wished on yourself and don't feel
    like making more soup. ;-)

    Susan

  4. #4
    Stormmmee Guest

    Default Re: Buffalo tail soup

    i love anything with cabbage, Lee

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    "Peppermint Patootie" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    >I made some soup this past week that not everyone would like, but I
    > loved it.
    >
    > I browned chunks of grass-fed bison "oxtail" in the oven with onion,
    > celery, and carrot, tossed with EV olive oil. Turned the lot once or
    > twice. Once well browned, I put the lot in a stock pot and covered with
    > boiling water. Simmered for the afternoon. Took out solids and
    > reserved the tail chunks. (Snacked on boiled veggies.)
    >
    > Returned the stock to heat and chopped up a good amount of plain old
    > green cabbage. Added cabbage to the stock along with the meat I'd
    > picked off the tail bones. Seasoned to taste with salt and pepper.
    >
    > Oh, man, was that good! Thick with cabbage, deeply flavored broth. I
    > almost wished I had a cold so I could have been cured with it.
    >
    > I've got another 1 lb package of bison "oxtail" in the freezer for
    > another round in mid-winter. Mmmmmm....
    >
    > Priscilla




  5. #5
    Nick Cramer Guest

    Default Re: Buffalo tail soup

    Peppermint Patootie <[email protected]> wrote:
    > I made some soup this past week that not everyone would like, but I
    > loved it.
    >
    > I browned chunks of grass-fed bison "oxtail" in the oven with onion,
    > celery, and carrot, tossed with EV olive oil. Turned the lot once or
    > twice. Once well browned, I put the lot in a stock pot and covered with
    > boiling water. Simmered for the afternoon. Took out solids and
    > reserved the tail chunks. (Snacked on boiled veggies.)
    >
    > Returned the stock to heat and chopped up a good amount of plain old
    > green cabbage. Added cabbage to the stock along with the meat I'd
    > picked off the tail bones. Seasoned to taste with salt and pepper.
    >
    > Oh, man, was that good! Thick with cabbage, deeply flavored broth. I
    > almost wished I had a cold so I could have been cured with it.
    >
    > I've got another 1 lb package of bison "oxtail" in the freezer for
    > another round in mid-winter. Mmmmmm....


    Mmmmm . . . is right! Oxtail soup is soooooo good!

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  6. #6
    Nicky Guest

    Default Re: Buffalo tail soup

    On Sun, 25 Oct 2009 19:21:52 -0400, Peppermint Patootie
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >I've got another 1 lb package of bison "oxtail" in the freezer for
    >another round in mid-winter. Mmmmmm....


    Envy Sounds gorgeous. Actually, I have an oxtail of my own in the
    freezer, I've been saving it until I can find another and make a stew
    - but a soup would do just as well!

    Nicky.
    T2 dx 05/04 + underactive thyroid
    D&E, 150ug thyroxine
    Last A1c 5.2% BMI 26

  7. #7
    Peppermint Patootie Guest

    Default Re: Buffalo tail soup

    In article <[email protected]>,
    Susan <[email protected]> wrote:

    > x-no-archive: yes
    >
    > Peppermint Patootie wrote:
    >
    > > Oh, man, was that good! Thick with cabbage, deeply flavored broth. I
    > > almost wished I had a cold so I could have been cured with it.
    > >
    > > I've got another 1 lb package of bison "oxtail" in the freezer for
    > > another round in mid-winter. Mmmmmm....

    >
    > Priscilla, you should freeze some of the made soup so it'll be ready to
    > go when you get that cold you just wished on yourself and don't feel
    > like making more soup. ;-)


    Oddly enough there was none leftover for freezing. ;-) Couldn't get
    myself to deny myself a single drop! I'm not always very good at
    delayed gratification. :-(

    Priscilla

  8. #8
    W. Baker Guest

    Default Re: Buffalo tail soup

    Peppermint Patootie <[email protected]> wrote:
    : In article <[email protected]>,
    : Susan <[email protected]> wrote:

    : > x-no-archive: yes
    : >
    : > Peppermint Patootie wrote:
    : >
    : > > Oh, man, was that good! Thick with cabbage, deeply flavored broth. I
    : > > almost wished I had a cold so I could have been cured with it.
    : > >
    : > > I've got another 1 lb package of bison "oxtail" in the freezer for
    : > > another round in mid-winter. Mmmmmm....
    : >
    : > Priscilla, you should freeze some of the made soup so it'll be ready to
    : > go when you get that cold you just wished on yourself and don't feel
    : > like making more soup. ;-)

    : Oddly enough there was none leftover for freezing. ;-) Couldn't get
    : myself to deny myself a single drop! I'm not always very good at
    : delayed gratification. :-(

    : Priscilla

    How much soup did you make? Somehow I never can make less that a gallon
    or mor by time I finish adding stuff. there are always a couple of
    quarts, at least, for the freezer. It may be because I have a couple of
    very large soup pots that look funny with just a couple of quarts in
    them:-)

    Wendy

  9. #9
    Evelyn Guest

    Default Re: Buffalo tail soup

    "W. Baker" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:hc4v84$47$[email protected]..
    > Peppermint Patootie <[email protected]> wrote:
    > : In article <[email protected]>,
    > : Susan <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > : > x-no-archive: yes
    > : >
    > : > Peppermint Patootie wrote:
    > : >
    > : > > Oh, man, was that good! Thick with cabbage, deeply flavored broth.
    > I
    > : > > almost wished I had a cold so I could have been cured with it.
    > : > >
    > : > > I've got another 1 lb package of bison "oxtail" in the freezer for
    > : > > another round in mid-winter. Mmmmmm....
    > : >
    > : > Priscilla, you should freeze some of the made soup so it'll be ready
    > to
    > : > go when you get that cold you just wished on yourself and don't feel
    > : > like making more soup. ;-)
    >
    > : Oddly enough there was none leftover for freezing. ;-) Couldn't get
    > : myself to deny myself a single drop! I'm not always very good at
    > : delayed gratification. :-(
    >
    > : Priscilla
    >
    > How much soup did you make? Somehow I never can make less that a gallon
    > or mor by time I finish adding stuff. there are always a couple of
    > quarts, at least, for the freezer. It may be because I have a couple of
    > very large soup pots that look funny with just a couple of quarts in
    > them:-)
    >
    > Wendy




    Me too Wendy. I have a huge soup pot that I usually think to myself.....
    It is going to take almost the same amount of work, the same amount of
    cooking time, to make a bigger batch, so why not? Then I am glad I have
    it. If we go to visit my father, I bring a container or two. If a friend
    is sick, I have one handy. If we don't have any other plan for lunch, soup
    is thawed out and ready to eat in a few minutes, and it is always
    satisfying.

    --

    Evelyn

    "Even as a mother protects with her life her only child, So with a boundless
    heart let one cherish all living beings." --Sutta Nipata 1.8


  10. #10
    Peppermint Patootie Guest

    Default Re: Buffalo tail soup

    In article <hc4v84$47$[email protected]>,
    "W. Baker" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Peppermint Patootie <[email protected]> wrote:
    > : In article <[email protected]>,
    > : Susan <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > : > x-no-archive: yes
    > : >
    > : > Peppermint Patootie wrote:
    > : >
    > : > > Oh, man, was that good! Thick with cabbage, deeply flavored broth. I
    > : > > almost wished I had a cold so I could have been cured with it.
    > : > >
    > : > > I've got another 1 lb package of bison "oxtail" in the freezer for
    > : > > another round in mid-winter. Mmmmmm....
    > : >
    > : > Priscilla, you should freeze some of the made soup so it'll be ready to
    > : > go when you get that cold you just wished on yourself and don't feel
    > : > like making more soup. ;-)
    >
    > : Oddly enough there was none leftover for freezing. ;-) Couldn't get
    > : myself to deny myself a single drop! I'm not always very good at
    > : delayed gratification. :-(
    >
    > : Priscilla
    >
    > How much soup did you make? Somehow I never can make less that a gallon
    > or mor by time I finish adding stuff. there are always a couple of
    > quarts, at least, for the freezer. It may be because I have a couple of
    > very large soup pots that look funny with just a couple of quarts in
    > them:-)


    After the first meal, there were three pint jars full, so I'd say I made
    1/2 gallon.

    The "stockpot" I made it in was actually an old heavy pressure-cooker
    bottom that I picked up at a yard sale. It's the kind of pot my parents
    used a lot in cooking when I was a kid. The handle has now broken off,
    but it's still primo for cooking ingredients that want a heavy pot and
    aren't suitable for cast iron.

    Priscilla

  11. #11
    W. Baker Guest

    Default Re: Buffalo tail soup

    Peppermint Patootie <[email protected]> wrote:
    : In article <hc4v84$47$[email protected]>,
    : "W. Baker" <wbak[email protected]> wrote:

    : > Peppermint Patootie <[email protected]> wrote:
    : > : In article <[email protected]>,
    : > : Susan <[email protected]> wrote:
    : >
    : > : > x-no-archive: yes
    : > : >
    : > : > Peppermint Patootie wrote:
    : > : >
    : > : > > Oh, man, was that good! Thick with cabbage, deeply flavored broth. I
    : > : > > almost wished I had a cold so I could have been cured with it.
    : > : > >
    : > : > > I've got another 1 lb package of bison "oxtail" in the freezer for
    : > : > > another round in mid-winter. Mmmmmm....
    : > : >
    : > : > Priscilla, you should freeze some of the made soup so it'll be ready to
    : > : > go when you get that cold you just wished on yourself and don't feel
    : > : > like making more soup. ;-)
    : >
    : > : Oddly enough there was none leftover for freezing. ;-) Couldn't get
    : > : myself to deny myself a single drop! I'm not always very good at
    : > : delayed gratification. :-(
    : >
    : > : Priscilla
    : >
    : > How much soup did you make? Somehow I never can make less that a gallon
    : > or mor by time I finish adding stuff. there are always a couple of
    : > quarts, at least, for the freezer. It may be because I have a couple of
    : > very large soup pots that look funny with just a couple of quarts in
    : > them:-)

    : After the first meal, there were three pint jars full, so I'd say I made
    : 1/2 gallon.

    : The "stockpot" I made it in was actually an old heavy pressure-cooker
    : bottom that I picked up at a yard sale. It's the kind of pot my parents
    : used a lot in cooking when I was a kid. The handle has now broken off,
    : but it's still primo for cooking ingredients that want a heavy pot and
    : aren't suitable for cast iron.

    : Priscilla

    I like the stainless steel pots with a thick alumnum cookie(or disk) on
    the bottom. they cook well adn clean well. I pick them up, either on
    sale or at local country auctions in the summer.

    Wendy

  12. #12
    Evelyn Guest

    Default Re: Buffalo tail soup

    "W. Baker" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:hc7g7j$jjj$[email protected]..
    > Peppermint Patootie <[email protected]> wrote:
    > : In article <hc4v84$47$[email protected]>,
    > : "W. Baker" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > : > Peppermint Patootie <[email protected]> wrote:
    > : > : In article <[email protected]>,
    > : > : Susan <[email protected]> wrote:
    > : >
    > : > : > x-no-archive: yes
    > : > : >
    > : > : > Peppermint Patootie wrote:
    > : > : >
    > : > : > > Oh, man, was that good! Thick with cabbage, deeply flavored
    > broth. I
    > : > : > > almost wished I had a cold so I could have been cured with it.
    > : > : > >
    > : > : > > I've got another 1 lb package of bison "oxtail" in the freezer
    > for
    > : > : > > another round in mid-winter. Mmmmmm....
    > : > : >
    > : > : > Priscilla, you should freeze some of the made soup so it'll be
    > ready to
    > : > : > go when you get that cold you just wished on yourself and don't
    > feel
    > : > : > like making more soup. ;-)
    > : >
    > : > : Oddly enough there was none leftover for freezing. ;-) Couldn't
    > get
    > : > : myself to deny myself a single drop! I'm not always very good at
    > : > : delayed gratification. :-(
    > : >
    > : > : Priscilla
    > : >
    > : > How much soup did you make? Somehow I never can make less that a
    > gallon
    > : > or mor by time I finish adding stuff. there are always a couple of
    > : > quarts, at least, for the freezer. It may be because I have a couple
    > of
    > : > very large soup pots that look funny with just a couple of quarts in
    > : > them:-)
    >
    > : After the first meal, there were three pint jars full, so I'd say I made
    > : 1/2 gallon.
    >
    > : The "stockpot" I made it in was actually an old heavy pressure-cooker
    > : bottom that I picked up at a yard sale. It's the kind of pot my parents
    > : used a lot in cooking when I was a kid. The handle has now broken off,
    > : but it's still primo for cooking ingredients that want a heavy pot and
    > : aren't suitable for cast iron.
    >
    > : Priscilla
    >
    > I like the stainless steel pots with a thick alumnum cookie(or disk) on
    > the bottom. they cook well adn clean well. I pick them up, either on
    > sale or at local country auctions in the summer.
    >
    > Wendy




    I got all of mine at Home Goods. I really enjoy buying just exactly the
    right shape and size pot for the purpose, rather than a whole matching set.
    They seldom have the right combination I need, but I find the best deals at
    Home Goods. I bought a gigantic soup pot with a glass lid there, and it is
    the best soup pot ever.

    --

    Evelyn

    "Even as a mother protects with her life her only child, So with a boundless
    heart let one cherish all living beings." --Sutta Nipata 1.8


  13. #13
    Ricavito Guest

    Default Re: Buffalo tail soup

    On Oct 27, 4:24*pm, "Evelyn" <evelyn.r...@gmail.com> wrote:

    >
    > I got all of mine at Home Goods. * I really enjoy buying just exactly the
    > right shape and size pot for the purpose, rather than a whole matching set.
    > They seldom have the right combination I need, but I find the best deals at
    > Home Goods. * I bought a gigantic soup pot with a glass lid there, and it is
    > the best soup pot ever.
    >
    > --
    >
    > Evelyn
    >
    > "Even as a mother protects with her life her only child, So with a boundless
    > heart let one cherish all living beings." --Sutta Nipata 1.8- Hide quotedtext -
    >
    > - Show quoted text -



    Ah, that's my favorite store these days. It used to be dress shops
    and shoe stores, but now I could spend all day in Home Goods. Best
    place to get kitchen odds and ends, as you say.

  14. #14
    W. Baker Guest

    Default Re: Buffalo tail soup

    Evelyn <[email protected]> wrote:
    : > : The "stockpot" I made it in was actually an old heavy pressure-cooker
    : > : bottom that I picked up at a yard sale. It's the kind of pot my parents
    : > : used a lot in cooking when I was a kid. The handle has now broken off,
    : > : but it's still primo for cooking ingredients that want a heavy pot and
    : > : aren't suitable for cast iron.
    : >
    : > : Priscilla
    : >
    : > I like the stainless steel pots with a thick alumnum cookie(or disk) on
    : > the bottom. they cook well adn clean well. I pick them up, either on
    : > sale or at local country auctions in the summer.
    : >
    : > Wendy

    : I got all of mine at Home Goods. I really enjoy buying just exactly the
    : right shape and size pot for the purpose, rather than a whole matching set.
    : They seldom have the right combination I need, but I find the best deals at
    : Home Goods. I bought a gigantic soup pot with a glass lid there, and it is
    : the best soup pot ever.

    : Evelyn

    I like the Macy's Tools of the Trade brand with the metal handles, not the
    plactic ones. I have a lovely 12 quart one tht was on a crazy sale some
    years agolik $15 or so. It makes great soup and stew-just lots of it:-)

    Wendy

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