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In a 1955 cook book (The Complete Book of Outdoor Cookery by Brown and Beard) I found this: Put beef and fowl into water to which 1 tablespoon of salt has been added for each quart. (there should be a little more water than enough to cover the meat. Needless to say, youll need a mammoth kettle; we use our two largest ones.) Bring to a boil, then cook very slowly, covered, until beef and fowl are tender. Remove meat from cooking broth, cool, then cut both beef and fowl into bit-size pieces. Return meat (without bones) to broth, bring to a boil, and add vegetables in order given. When liquid comes to a full rolling boil again, add rosemary and pepper; lower heat; cook slowly ubtil all vegetables are done (about 45 minutes). Add salt to taste. The burgoo was ladled into tin cups as the famishing hordr circled the steaming caldron. Corn bread squares, hush puppies or corn dodgers were served with this one-dish meal which was eaten with a spoon. Posted to bbq-digest V5 #031A From: email@example.com (Marius Johnston) Date: Thu, 12 Sep 1996 17:24:16 -0700
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