This Thanksgiving, I successfully roasted my first duck (yay!) and rendered out lots of gorgeous golden fat (double yay!). Yesterday I made stock from the carcass, and today I want to continue the trend by making a tasty, hearty wintery soup using some of it.
However, I found surprisingly few recipes online -- they all seem to either be recipes for making the stock, recipes that call for the entire duck in the soup, or not-so-precise comments like "just use it instead of chicken stock."
That's where the good people of the green come in. Give me your favorite soup or stew (or other dish) recipes using duck stock! I already have a great Chinese noodle soup recipe, so I'd prefer something more "western" -- like with white beans, or lentils, or ... mushrooms?
I did find this chowhound thread
, which I'm considering although I have no idea what I'd do with the rest of a jar of red currant jelly, but wanted y'all's thoughts first. Thanks, all!