Brad Makes Thanksgiving Turkey Stock | From the Test Kitchen | Bon Appetit

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  • Published on:  Wednesday, November 1, 2017
  • Everyone's favorite Brad is back in the Bon Appétit Test Kitchen to teach us how to make the ultimate Thanksgiving turkey stock. Brad's trick to making the best turkey broth is to add a little chicken and ham too!

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  • Bon Appétit
    Bon Appétit  a years ago +2307

    Don’t panic! This is our 'From The Test Kitchen' series. It’s Alive is very much still alive. New episode dropping next Thursday!

  • Fiona Gollub
    Fiona Gollub  12 hours ago +1

    Not a single “eh vinny” or “vinny babe” 💔

  • GourmetGilda
    GourmetGilda  7 days ago

    Pull the meat out compost the veg.Make all the meat cool add eggs and herbs add to mash and make patties.

  • Francisco Baraglia
    Francisco Baraglia  7 days ago +1

    I eat that cooked meat cold with thinly sliced onions, extra virgin olive oil, balsamic vinegar and celery salad. I do the same if it's red meat for the broth. My father used to call it "lesso"

  • Elena Schanung
    Elena Schanung  7 days ago +1

    tip to use up the meat: mince the meat and the vegetables really finely, make a thick bechamel and add it to the meat and veggies, throw in some herbs, salt and pepper, bread crumbs to thicken the mixture and finally some parmesan for flavor. form little balls then coat them in flour, egg and breadcrumbs. fry them until golden brown. serve with whatever sauce you want (i like a fresh tomato sauce). it also works with beef from beef stock or leftover roastbeef.

  • Kevin Baboolal
    Kevin Baboolal  14 days ago

    Use the left overs for dog food

  • Nikita Belomestnykh
    Nikita Belomestnykh  21 days ago

    All that scrap food can be chopped and used as dog food additive.

  • Jesse Rivera
    Jesse Rivera  1 months ago

    He seems to be the only straight person that works there

  • namvart
    namvart  1 months ago

    worter

  • William Woody
    William Woody  1 months ago

    Pull out the bones and add what’s left to to your dog’s kibble.

  • Wayne Warmack
    Wayne Warmack  1 months ago

    This is obviously brad before Vinny. Brad's still good, but he's 3x better with Vinny's editing.

  • Emily Larson
    Emily Larson  1 months ago

    I’m a vegetarian. I just love brad.

  • huongohverr
    huongohverr  1 months ago

    Whoever decided to scrap the background music in all videos going forward, was an absolute genius. I wanna watch all the older videos but I can't stand the music :( its just so distracting and doesn't feel like the ba videos I know and love.

  • DadofDoggos
    DadofDoggos  1 months ago

    Could you make turkey salad sandwiches out of the leftovers?

  • Igor Neumann
    Igor Neumann  2 months ago

    If you have a dog, give the rest to them. They will love it!

  • Inaban
    Inaban  2 months ago

    The leftovers from the stock would make for great dog food, just make sure that there are no small bones in there!

  • &aturdays
    &aturdays  2 months ago

    WHO ELSE WATCHING THIS IN JULY

  • Aarinesque
    Aarinesque  2 months ago

    It would be good for pig food haha 🐷

  • Toilet Water
    Toilet Water  2 months ago

    0:55 I thought that carrot was his finger

  • Psiberzerker
    Psiberzerker  3 months ago

    I stuff my birds with Mirepoix, so it doesn't dry out (The reason people dry out their breasts is they stuff them full of Bread.) and the pan drippings make a fantastic stock, Turkey aspic, pot pies...