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- n. a stock made with chicken
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You can either wing this (it’s hard to get into too much trouble melting cheese) or follow a fabulous traditional recipe combining fontina and Swiss cheeses, a little white wine, maybe some beef or chicken stock (or a bouillon cube as a shortcut), and maybe a dash of nutmeg and onion-flavored Real Salt.
The Jews had ceded the neighborhood to the Mexicans before the war; Brooklyn Avenue had gone from reeking of pastrami and chicken stock to reeking of cornmeal and deep-fried pork.