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    As a southern girl, I love good Brunswick Stew. This is a quick cooking version that can be thrown together in a relatively short time and can be used as a "base" if there are other things you like to add to your stew. The recipe displayed here uses store-bought prepared pork barbecue, however, if you have left-over pork or beef barbecue, use it by all means! TIP: if you have ever used Emeril's "Essence" in any of your cooking, sprinkle the chicken liberally with it before adding to the stew.

    Recipe #398503

    This recipe is hearty and filling and the idea was introduced to me by my ex mother-in-law many years ago. Serve it over mashed potatoes or rice with a side salad and you have a satisfying and complete meal!

    Recipe #398498

    Shortly after my husband and I were married, we dined at a restaurant in Punta Gorda, Florida. They had an item on the menu called "Burrito Grande" and we fell in love with the meal which was served with, what else, beans and rice. I went home and experimented for some time until I came up with this recipe. It is a favorite in our household to this day. I have also made this recipe using 2 pounds of cooked, shredded beef (such as chuck roast). It is best to let these cool for about 15 minutes after removing from the oven then you can use your spatula to separate the cheese and remove the burritos without tearing them up.

    Recipe #397450

    Shortly after my husband and I were married, we dined at a restaurant in Punta Gorda, Florida. They had an item on the menu called "Burrito Grande" and we fell in love with the meal which was served with, what else, beans and rice. I went home and experimented for some time until I came up with this recipe. It is a favorite in our household to this day. I have also made this recipe using 2 pounds of cooked, shredded beef (such as chuck roast). It is best to let these cool for about 15 minutes after removing from the oven then you can use your spatula to separate the cheese and remove the burritos without tearing them up.

    Recipe #353867


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