Haven't seen such a thread here...but let it be for recipes, regardless of the kind. I have a bunch some of you might find more than tasty and appreciative, simple and fast to make, being Americans and respectful for the hedonistic view on life. During the past few months I have been buying bones with marrow, for ridiculously cheap price. Not that it is on discount, or past due, but because no one seem to buy them anymore, since all the soups are made from bags these days and this...delicacy gets forgotten. It used to be the prime food for the taking. So, I have plenty of food for two, three days. Soup sounds filling? I have to be joking, right? No, I am not. The bone marrow is super nutrient, delicious and verrrry filling. -5 Liter pot, filled with water 4/5 of the way, add 4-5 hollow bones. When the first fat content swims up, shortly, if the water is already boiling, scoop it away. I mean the brown stuff, foamy stuff. You may leave it if you like. -Add two tS of salt and one tS of olive oil (or canola) -Take a pan simultaneously and add carrot coins and butter (or tallow). When they get soft, take it all to the big pot (makes it a bit faster, and tastier- the fat gets the flavor stuck in it). -Add a whole onion, fresh parsley and celery leaves (few fingerfull), three garlic cloves (the fat gets the flavor, any more might be a bit much, kills the taste) and you may add the cut celery root. Add potatoes if you want it thick Cook it for an hour to two on low, but boiling. You can add beef, but it renders the cooking time, depending on how you like it. So, I take out the bone on a plate, and I scoop out the white marrow. I take a slice of bread, spread marrow on it, and add a pinch of salt. You will thank me for it. Two shorter bones, I mean their marrow, on two slices of bread and you're good for 6 hours. * I am cooking it atm, do wait for photos!