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GRILL Kentucky Burgoo??

Discussion in 'GatorTail Pub & Grill' started by Juggernautz, Nov 22, 2020.

  1. Juggernautz

    Juggernautz Don't tread on me! VIP Member

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    Does anyone have a good recipe for Kentucky Burgoo??

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  2. phatGator

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    No, but I’ll be over for dinner once you figure it out! :D

    Edit: you just gave me an idea for after Thanksgiving. Thanks!
     
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    anstro76 Fluent In Nonsense Moderator VIP Member

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    Awe come on we need this kind of action in the TailGators subforum!
     
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    phatGator GC Hall of Fame

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    Thanks for suggesting making burgoo. I've never made it before until last week. I used this recipe:
    Burgoo Recipe - How to Make Kentucky Burgoo | Hank Shaw

    I used leftover smoked turkey from Thanksgiving, leftover smoked venison roast, lamb, goat, and the beef off shank bones. I added corn, those small gourmet potatoes, lima beans, black-eyed peas, and okra. I made a stock of beef and venison bones and used it, along with some homemade chicken stock. The only trouble was when it came time to add the potatoes, the mixture was already thick and I was concerned they wouldn't cook fast enough. So I microwaved the potatoes instead. I'll boil them separately next time or add liquid to make it soupy while they cook.

    The result tasted great and even better the second day.
     
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