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Yesterday must’ve been Brunswick stew day… #8466472 12/04/21 07:45 PM
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Blank…I did Brunswick stew yesterday too. Mine is a little thinner and a bit more red than yours. I had a buddy from NC make it on a boys fishing trip and a few years later I dug thru some recipes until I found one close. I use Jaime Deen’s as a starting point and manipulate a bit…regardless, delicious!


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Re: Yesterday must’ve been Brunswick stew day… [Re: Judd] #8466744 12/05/21 12:44 AM
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Re: Yesterday must’ve been Brunswick stew day… [Re: Judd] #8466861 12/05/21 02:47 AM
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Re: Yesterday must’ve been Brunswick stew day… [Re: Judd] #8466878 12/05/21 03:17 AM
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Looks great. I have had it many different ways. Never had a bad one!!!

Re: Yesterday must’ve been Brunswick stew day… [Re: Judd] #8467759 12/06/21 12:36 PM
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Looks belly warming good especially with the cornbread food

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Re: Yesterday must’ve been Brunswick stew day… [Re: Judd] #8467837 12/06/21 02:13 PM
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That looks good as does Blanks. Love some Brunswick stew

Looks like I will be cooking one in January for a group. Small pot NOT.

8 llbs beef
2 lbs pork sausage
10 lbs chicken
10lbs onion
10lbs taters
2 gallons maters
1 gallon peas
1 gallon corn
Then seasoning to my taste.


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Re: Yesterday must’ve been Brunswick stew day… [Re: Judd] #8467853 12/06/21 02:29 PM
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Wow kmon, that is one ambitious stew!!!!

Re: Yesterday must’ve been Brunswick stew day… [Re: Blank] #8468935 12/07/21 07:32 PM
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Originally Posted by Blank
Wow kmon, that is one ambitious stew!!!!


Down to cooking just one of those a year and get help with all the stirring the pot. In years past would cook at least 3 pots a year and a few years 5 pots. Church gatherings, hunting clubs, American legion... If you had the pot and could cook a good stew you were invited to cook at places with them providing the ingredients. if any was left of course the cook took some home. I have been at cooks where we had 6 pots going like that. Some that were made with Squirrel as the meat deboning those pots was a pain for sure.


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Looks great. I have had it many different ways. Never had a bad one!!!


Agreed!

kmon...Good luck with your cook and make sure and share pictures...sounds like a big ole pot of deliciousness wink


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