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Old 03-31-2014, 11:51 PM   #1
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Brunswick stew

Anyone have any good leftovers recipes, like a ghetto Brunswick stew or anything that I can use t sell steam table scraps? I'm not feeling creative lately. Could use some ideas.
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Old 04-01-2014, 03:27 AM   #2
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What kinda of leftovers you have, need t know that before we can work out a recipe.
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list leftovers, I'm really good at coming up with crazy mixes
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Here is Big Jim Whitten's Recipe for Brunswick stew.

>Big Jim say all this one time
I had a recipe for Brunswick stew given to me a year or so ago. I been promising to make it on a cool Monday. This was my first attempt at making the Stew. I think I will make it again. I made a 3 gallon batch.
Brunswick Stew
3-4 pounds brisket
3-4 pounds of pork butt
3-4 pounds of chicken
all the above were leftovers.
all deboned and chopped fine.
3 quarts of tomatoes ( 1 #10 can)
2 cans of creamed corn
2# diced onions
cup of vinegar
1 cup of sugar
put all in a large pot with 8 cups of water. Add salt and pepper to taste. I also added a good bit of red pepper. Simmer for a couple of hours stirring every now and then. Add the corn at the end of cooking. Well worth making.
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Here is Big Jim Whitten's Recipe for Brunswick stew.

>Big Jim say all this one time
I had a recipe for Brunswick stew given to me a year or so ago. I been promising to make it on a cool Monday. This was my first attempt at making the Stew. I think I will make it again. I made a 3 gallon batch.
Brunswick Stew
3-4 pounds brisket
3-4 pounds of pork butt
3-4 pounds of chicken
all the above were leftovers.
all deboned and chopped fine.
3 quarts of tomatoes ( 1 #10 can)
2 cans of creamed corn
2# diced onions
cup of vinegar
1 cup of sugar
put all in a large pot with 8 cups of water. Add salt and pepper to taste. I also added a good bit of red pepper. Simmer for a couple of hours stirring every now and then. Add the corn at the end of cooking. Well worth making.
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That looks exactly like what i was looking for. Thanks BW!
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What kinda of leftovers you have, need t know that before we can work out a recipe.
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list leftovers, I'm really good at coming up with crazy mixes
Brisket, pork butt, and chicken.
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Old 04-01-2014, 10:35 PM   #7
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I am kinda thinking Ravioli of some sort. Let me think something up....
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Chop meat empanada's would be a great way to use them, that or a deep fried chimichangas.






all 3 meat smoked chili is another.
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Wow those look freekin tasty! I don't want to do anything fried though. Last Friday we did a smo-fried catfish special, and it was a mess, grease everywhere! I'm ripping the fryer out. The chili could work, though.
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Stuffed peppers or do a 3 meat regrind and make smoked or Italian sausage add raw bacon to recreate the fat base so it's not dry?.
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