Archaeologists Discover Ancient Femur That Could Make Mouthwatering Broth

2 years ago

  

“Based on our preliminary analysis, this thighbone dates back some 65,000 years and appears to be ideal for preparing an enticing, flavorful soup stock that’s hearty and delicious,” said Dr. Harold Brecht, adding that after slowly simmering the recently unearthed prehistoric bone with some sea salt, aromatic vegetables, and a bay leaf, one would have the beginnings of a tasty broth that was at once savory and delicate.

Archaeologists Discover Ancient Femur That Could Make Mouthwatering Broth

  

“Based on our preliminary analysis, this thighbone dates back some 65,000 years and appears to be ideal for preparing an enticing, flavorful soup stock that’s hearty and delicious,” said Dr. Harold Brecht, adding that after slowly simmering the recently unearthed prehistoric bone with some sea salt, aromatic vegetables, and a bay leaf, one would have the beginnings of a tasty broth that was at once savory and delicate.

Bob

Wow sounds delicious- yum yum

Sophie

Femur I always wanted to try that!!!