Previously, I would break the long bones (leg, thigh, drummette) to make sure I got as much of the healthy marrow out as possible. But now, if I did that Oberon the Wonder Mutt and Sou Chef would lose out on his treat. And I just can’t bring myself to disappoint him.
Once the bones have been cooked, transfer the resulting broth (through the colander) into your soup, and add the noodles. Give the dog his bone, have a sip or six of wine, and when the noodles are soft you’re ready to enjoy!