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Old 10-04-2006, 10:04 PM   #21
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Damp, rainy, dreary...got some thighs I need to cook...I think its a good soup day..gonna do the standard chicken, onions, carrots, celery, seasoning...might throw in tomatoes towards the end..anybody do something differant ?..Ill serve with rice..
John pitch the rice and make some drop noodles....
2cups flour
2 Eggs
pinch of salt
enough water to make a paste
When the soup is done... bring to a boil and drop some in on a spoon, and then watch them float to the top...
Where I come from those are dumplings
Yep... and I'm not from where you come from.
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I don't even believe you do.
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Old 10-04-2006, 10:05 PM   #22
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Re: feels like soup...

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Damp, rainy, dreary...got some thighs I need to cook...I think its a good soup day..gonna do the standard chicken, onions, carrots, celery, seasoning...might throw in tomatoes towards the end..anybody do something differant ?..Ill serve with rice..
John pitch the rice and make some drop noodles....
2cups flour
2 Eggs
pinch of salt
enough water to make a paste
When the soup is done... bring to a boil and drop some in on a spoon, and then watch them float to the top...
Where I come from those are dumplings
Yep... and I'm not from where you come from.
You just wish you were
I don't even believe you do. [/quote:263f8fya]
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Old 10-05-2006, 06:50 PM   #23
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It's a bit chilly here as well. Some Brunswick Stew does sound good.
Mike, now your talkin', I had it downnnnn South. Good stuff
How about a recipe?
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Look in "Appetizers and Sides".
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Old 10-05-2006, 08:11 PM   #25
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I saw that one. It seems the stew can be made many different ways.
I've had it twice, and it was different both times. But damn good
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I saw that one. It seems the stew can be made many different ways.
I've had it twice, and it was different both times. But damn good
Very, true. There are many different recipes for brunswick stew. Mine is different than a lot of recipes I have seen, I make it like my Great Grandfather did back in Alabama.

I don't have an actual recipe. I just add my ingredients until it looks and tastes right. I'll see if I can put the recipe together and post it.


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I make it the way my great grandmother in Georgia made it. Like Big Mike, I don't have a true recipe but a list of ingredients, then it's pretty much to taste.
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I make it the way my great grandmother in Georgia made it. Like Big Mike, I don't have a true recipe but a list of ingredients, then it's pretty much to taste.
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