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Unread 01-13-2012, 08:10 AM   #61
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Looks great!!

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I did add some pulled pork I found in the freezer.



Really hit the spot on a cold winter evening.
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Unread 01-13-2012, 08:13 AM   #62
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Boy, some of that would be great right now!!!!
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Thank you for posting this. I tried making it once and didn't like the results. Definately going to try this.
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Here is mine. I changed up the recipe just a tad but kept it pretty much the same. I did add one diced onion and sauted it in the butter before adding the other ingredients and I also added some baby lima beans and one large diced potato. It had pulled pork and chicken in it. I served it with my skillet chipotle cornbread. Everyone loved it. Thanks Saiko!!

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Great job, it looks delicious!
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Fabulous! That would be perfect on a cold, blustery day like today in my neck of the woods!
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Lookin good, bro! We're making 36 gallons end of this month in two 18 gallon pots.
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Thanks Saiko for the fantastic recipe. I have been meaning to make this for a few years since I had it while travelling through Georgia and seeing this thread finally got me to do it. I made it last night on the stove top and it was amazing. This might replace chili at my Super Bowl party.
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Saiko has a good chili recipe too

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Thanks Saiko for the fantastic recipe. I have been meaning to make this for a few years since I had it while travelling through Georgia and seeing this thread finally got me to do it. I made it last night on the stove top and it was amazing. This might replace chili at my Super Bowl party.
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It's time for some good cold weather food.. Being from here in Georgia I love some good stew. I usually get mine from a BBQ joint from down the road, but I am going to try this recipe. This looks right up my alley! Gonna make this for the family before we go out tricker treating!
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It's time for some good cold weather food.. Being from here in Georgia I love some good stew. I usually get mine from a BBQ joint from down the road, but I am going to try this recipe. This looks right up my alley! Gonna make this for the family before we go out tricker treating!
I always thought the Jot Em' Down had good stew too, until I tried this recipe. you won't be disappointed!
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We gots some left over Brunswick stew that will get ate after we get back from candy collecting.
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Outstanding stew. I just ate mt last bowl full and have to make more!
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Thanks for the post, another way to use up some leftover's.
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Still just plain awesome!! And yes it has onions in it.
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