Kickin' off Sunday in a fine way,, who's throwin' down in the kitchen today?

Yep, and there`s two more hid in there somewheres. After about a 4 or 5 hour simmer, I`ll remove the bay leaves.
You ever try making file from sassafras leaves?
 
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GA1dad

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Boy.. that Brunswick Stew is teasing me. It's done got dark on me,,, time to start some dinner. I have some sirloins cut up with some mushrooms, onions, thyme, S&P and a can of beef consomme in a frying pan on a single burner. Gotta render down quite a bit before ready.

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Boy.. that Brunswick Stew is teasing me. It's done got dark on me,,, time to start some dinner. I have some sirloins cut up with some mushrooms, onions, thyme, S&P and a can of beef consomme in a frying pan on a single burner. Gotta render down quite a bit before ready.

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I"m betting that's gonna be some tender beefy goodness right there !!!!
 

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You ever try making file from sassafras leaves?

Yep. It`s good for thickening stews.

Ain`t no shortage of sassafras trees around here. I even have volunteers on my fence rows.
 
Yep. It`s good for thickening stews.

Ain`t no shortage of sassafras trees around here. I even have volunteers on my fence rows.
Same here. They're in the same family as bay leaves.
 

Nicodemus

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Same here. They're in the same family as bay leaves.

Mama never bought a container of bay leaves in her life, and she cooked with them a lot. She`d go down into the edge of the swamp and gather her own bay leaves to dry and use.

She made her own sweep brooms too.

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PopPop

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I did some Eyetalian sumpin sumpin, chicken, shrimp, fettuccine, babyspinach, onionstomatoeanbpepper, reduce in a red wine sumpin ernother, mozzarella cheese sauce and bacon garnishing.
It was tolerable
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GA1dad

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Sunday dinna here......pork tenderloin, limas, peas, collards and hopped up cornbread.




Wow!! Are you sure Washtub's granny didn't cook that fine mess of goodness!! That is one fine,, fine plate right there!!!
 
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