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In episode 046 learn some ways that you can keep your gravy warm on Thanksgiving so you and not of your guests will be disappointed. One of our ideas is something you may have never thought of!
🛒 Before You Checkout
What you need to know before you checkout at the grocery store or market:
Make your own stock ahead of time for gravy is going to save you money. You can save up chicken bones in the freezer and then make stock with them for Thanksgiving. Or you can buy turkey bones, wings, necks from the grocery to make stock. You get more stock that way which means more gravy on Thanksgiving!
The cheapest stocks or broth are not well made and contain ingredients like sugar that you don't need. The good ones you are going to pay a lot of money for, like $4-6 for a quart container.
📚 Additional Resources
To keep the gravy warm use a coffee cup warmer. I like to use a mason jar with an Ergo Spout attached.
One of the other biggest problems with gravy is that it turns out lumpy. Find out What to Do to Fix Lumpy Gravy.
We of course love putting gravy onto our potatoes. Here are a few recipes you will want to check out
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