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Unread 10-05-2009, 09:05 PM   #31
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Oh man that looks good! Especially with the colder weather coming that looks like a good tummy warmer. Thanks for sharing and posting the link!
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Unread 10-05-2009, 09:32 PM   #32
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Mark, What a great gathering! Thanks so much for the link, it looks like you all had a good turnout. I am looking forward to trying your recipe too!
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Larry.... (((HUG)))

Thanks Toploader, I really liked Saiko's recipe... I bet Mark's is a keeper too!
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Unread 10-05-2009, 09:35 PM   #33
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should that not be heroine?? I don't want a gender discussion but damn,
Jeanie sounds and acts like a heroine
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1st try!!? Come on , that looks like a seasoned pro cooked it ;)
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Let the unsolicited marriage proposals begin (again)... Once again cowgirl, I'm sure you'll have them beating down your door. Another superb meal!
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Unread 10-15-2009, 11:42 AM   #36
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Great looking stew, mouth watering LOL

I also add baby lima beans to the stew, I also add BBQ chicken or plain cooked chicken breast meat, about 1 to 2 ratio for the smoked pork.

That was a good resceipt from Saieko, fresh stuff always good!!!!!!

We also cook up cornbread in black iron skillets to go with the stew!

smell of that stew simmering all day will drive anyone nuts!
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Unread 10-15-2009, 12:35 PM   #37
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That's beautiful!! And fresh flour tortillas. Wow! I remember my grandmothers making them and doing a few dozen at a time for the whole week. It was amazing to see them rolling them out tossing em on the CI and having 4 or 5 cooking away while they rolled another. It was a one woman assembly line. Course all of us grandkids would probably go through a dozen. Same way.........slathered in butter. Another good way to have them is to leave em on the griddle and keep flipping till they brown and become crispy, then put some butter and sprinkle with some sugar. Good stuff. Sometimes it was even peanut butter. Dang, some memories. You have inspired me to bring the art back and try making some of my own.

That stew looks like a winner. I'd hit a couple bowls and few torts at least! You rocked it Jeanie!!
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Awsum looking dinner I will be trying that tortilla recipe this weekend for sure. Thanks to this site I will probaly weigh 400 lbs in 2010
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Wow, that probably tasted better than mine since you used fresh grilled corn and your own canned tomatoes. That looks great, and I love the addition of the tortillas! I have a tortillas press, so I'm going to give that a shot next time.
And now that you have a base for Brusnwick, you can tweak it and make it your own. A lot of home cooks in the south use butterbeans along with the corn, but it's rare to find BBQ restaurants that use them.
That looks fanstastic, very nice job as usual! I feel honored that you even considered one of my recipes!
I like butter beans in mine.
Saiko you caused a real stir. I havent had Brunswick Stew in years and saw your post and went to out to get the stuff to make some (Lived in Atlanta and Rome GA 20 years-Little 5 Points ), and got involved in a wacky work project. When I got home the ingredients had been picked over and I forgot all about it. THIS weekend, darnit!
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Unread 10-15-2009, 01:30 PM   #40
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Yet another bookmarked thread. Thanks All Involved!
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Thanks alot Saiko and Jeanie....saved them and gonna try them this weekend
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Sorry I didn't see the recipe.
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Never tried Brunswick stew. That's gonna change right soon.Looks good.
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I'll be making the stew and tortillas this weekend. Thanks and it looks wonderful!
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Unread 10-15-2009, 06:59 PM   #45
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Thank you for the nice comments everybody and a BIG Thank you to Saiko for the recipe. It's a keeper!

Bob, I would love to have been in your Grandmothers' kitchens, learning their cooking skills.
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