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Pictures do not capture the exquisite flavor of this bison broth and roasted eggplant soup using a bison sauce made from a small bit of bison fat. The broth may have been the best I have ever had, combining the richness of marrow bones and the not-too-strong flavor of bison. My regret is that I didn’t have a large party of friends to taste it, just to have witnesses. However, that did leave more soup for me. We are working on posting the recipe on the bison brothpage.
In the meantime, if you need a great meal, I would try to find some bison marrow bones. (These bones can be mail-ordered from here.) Heck, if you are a prisoner on death row and are choosing your last meal and have managed to find our brothel kitchen for advice, I would put this soup on the short list.
Carrots were extra garnish in our pureed soup which we devoured as we filmed our video course on bone broth and soup-making.
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