You should see my crock-pot! I cut up a big ol' thick joint bone from the moose I shot, roasted it a little on the grill, then put it in the crock-pot yesterday. This morning, the house smelled so good I didn't want to go to work!
I strained out the bones and cartilage and poured the broth back in the crock-pot along with a few bits of good looking meat, then added 6 chicken breasts to cook until I get home tonight.
There is about 2" of thick oil floating on top of the broth. Could I steal some of this and make french-fried sweet potatoes? Would that oil be good to fry in or should I just leave it in the broth?
You wouldn't believe how much marrow is in a moose bone!