Brunswick stew

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British pronunciation/bɹˈʌnswɪk stjˈuː/
American pronunciation/bɹˈʌnswɪk stˈuː/
Brunswick stew
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a traditional southern American dish made with a variety of ingredients including lima beans, corn, okra, and meat, usually chicken or pork

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Brunswick stew definition and meaning

What is "Brunswick stew"?

Brunswick stew is a traditional stew originating from Brunswick County, Virginia. It typically consists of various meats such as chicken, pork, and beef, mixed with a variety of vegetables, such as lima beans, corn, and okra, and simmered in a tomato-based broth. Other ingredients such as potatoes, onions, and Worcestershire sauce may also be added for flavor. The stew is usually cooked slowly over several hours to allow the flavors to blend together and create a rich, hearty dish. Brunswick stew is often served as a main course and is popular in the Southern United States, particularly in Virginia, North Carolina, and Georgia.

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