from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A pot used for preparing soup stock.
- n. A rich supply or resource.
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- n. A large pot, such as is used to make stock in or for the cooking of large amounts of soup.
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- n. a pot used for preparing soup stock
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To proceed, reheat beans in stockpot over medium-high heat.)
The stockpot was a good deal, yes, and I wish I could have bought it.
In a large stockpot, over medium heat, sauté the bacon until almost crispy.
Heat vegetable oil in a large stockpot over medium-high heat, then add the onion, carrot, celery, and peppercorns.
In a large stockpot with tight-fitting lid, add beans and cover with an inch of fresh water.
Squeeze the tomato in your hands, releasing the juice and most of the seeds, then either chop further, or just place the crushed pulp in a deep nonreactive stockpot.
Cooking the tomatoes for a cool five minutes in the largest stockpot in the house, the one we use for soup for twenty-five people on Thanksgiving.
Continue to peel and crush until all the tomatoes are in the stockpot.
Place the water or broth, the corn, onion and garlic in a stockpot, bring to a boil, lower heat, cover and simmer for 30 minutes.
Fine strainer 1. Put the chicken in a large stockpot, add 2 quarts cold water or enough to cover, and bring to a rolling boil.
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