Bon Appétit Y’all!

Bon Appétit Y’all!

Brunswick Stew is a traditional dish, popular in the American South. There’s some debate over the origins, however…Brunswick County, Virginia and the town of Brunswick, Georgia both claim they were the first to make it. 

A plaque on an old iron pot in Brunswick, Georgia, says the first Brunswick stew was made in it on July 2, 1898, on nearby St. Simons Island. A competing story claims a Virginia state legislator’s chef invented the recipe in 1828 on a hunting expedition.

In areas where Brunswick stew is prepared and sold at fundraising, it is made in large iron pots over open flame or gas. The stew is usually allowed to simmer and cook for long periods of time. This may be attributed to the older tradition of putting game meats into the stew, which might require a longer cooking time to ensure that the meats were tender.

https://bobbiezen.com/2012/09/09/brunswick-chicken-and-pork-stew/

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