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Moon Shadows Brunswick Stew

BBQBluesStringerBBQBluesStringer Posts: 398
edited 2:38PM in EggHead Forum
1 pint pulled pork
1 pint pulled chicken
1 pint pulled beef brisket (optional)
2 14 oz. cans diced tomatoes
1 32 oz. box chicken broth
2 cups ketchup
1/4 cup spicy brown mustard
1/4 cup balsamic vinegar
2 large onions diced
3 medium potatos peeled and diced
1 package frozen lima beans
1 package frozen corn
4 tablespoons Moon Shadows Rub
4 bay leaves
4 fresh sage leaves
4 tablespoons olive oil[p]In a large stock pot, saute' the onions until soft. Add remaining ingredients except for the sage and bay leaves. If you need a little extra liquid add water. Simmer for 90 minutes. Set the bay leaves and sage on top of the stew and simmer for another half hour. Remove the leaves, stir, and serve. I've had a lot of Brunswick Stew in my time, but I threw this together last night and we all agreed, it's the best we've ever had. It's a nice way to enjoy your leftovers.


  • UGAVETUGAVET Posts: 577
    Where can i find the recipe for Moonshadows rub?

  • ugavet,[p]You can buy it from one of the forum regulars, Ken Stone aka Bluesmoke. His email address is in his profile.
  • BBQBluesStringer,
    Every cook has their own recipe variation on this. This one looks close enough to most and it is a argument that cannot be won, which is best. The one thing I can say, is the flavors of all the different components do not completely "meld" till it comes toa boil. Be carefull though, stir it 100% of the time when coming to a boil and till it cools a bit after. Burned stew does not taste very good at all.

  • AlaskanCAlaskanC Posts: 1,346
    BBQBluesStringer,[p]Wow - that sounds wonderful! Too bad I used up my sample of Moon Shadows that Ken gave me at Eggtoberfest... darn it.[p]I guess that is yet another item to add to my "shopping list"! :)
  • BlueSmokeBlueSmoke Posts: 1,678
    Thanks to the glories of the post office, the shipping cost to you is the same as it is to my friends in the continental US of A.[p]Let me know how much Moon Shadows you'd like.[p]Ken

  • AlaskanCAlaskanC Posts: 1,346
    Ken - I'll be sending you an email shortly. I've got to try some of that Witchy Red that everybody else seems to have too! :)
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