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Thursday, December 13, 2012

Brunswick Stew

Oh my my...I have been a bad bad blogger! One problem is not enough daylight to take pictures of food! Half the stuff I make I haven't been photographing because I refuse to use a flash! I have probably 10 recipes to upload but have been completely slammed with the holidays and one other very important thing in my life right now, opening a yoga studio with my mom!
We are opening a yoga studio down the road from where we live and we have been working non-stop! Check out our website at and if you like us on Facebook then you get a free class... We haven't officially opened yet but have done a couple donation classes and raised money for some great causes. We will open in January.

I have made lots of things and have a really yummy lemon chicken that I made the other night but tonight I am going to post a family favorite and a fool-proof way to make Brunswick stew. It is easy as pie and out of this world delicious! It's my mom's recipe and it is always amazing but for some reason it always intimidated me. Now that I made it I have no idea why it is really a dream it's so easy. I didn't take any pictures in the beginning and and just took one of the final product when I realized it was way to good not to share!

So here goes.


2 large onions, chopped
3 boneless skinless chicken breasts
1 lb lean ground beef, browned 
3 cans cream corn
1 cup corn (fresh or frozen)
1 28 oz can crushed or diced tomatoes
1 cup Lima beans
1/2 cup ketchup
1 cup chicken stock
1/4 c. Worcestershire sauce
2 T butter cut up
2 T cider vinegar
2 T Mustard
salt and pepper to taste
hot pepper sauce to taste

Place onion in a large slow cooker, place chicken over onion.  Add all other ingredients, EXCEPT the browned ground beef. Cook covered at HIGH 6 hours.  Remove chicken and shred, return to stew.  If desired, cook and brown 1 pound ground beef, add to stew. It is even better the next day!

Weight Watcher Friends:
Each cup has 5 points. Recipe makes 12-13 cups.So hearty and delicious!!!!

1 comment:

  1. Have this all in the crock pot in the fridge, ready to turn on first thing in the morning. Great recipes on your blog, thank you for sharing!