Vegan Brunswick Stew : Daring Cook’s April Challenge

The 2010 April Daring Cooks challenge was hosted by Wolf of Wolf’s Den. She chose to challenge Daring Cooks to make Brunswick Stew. Wolf chose recipes for her challenge from The Lee Bros. Southern Cookbook by Matt Lee and Ted Lee, and from the Callaway, Virginia Ruritan Club.

This was one very “meaty” stew, but that’s no problem. The timing couldn’t have been better because I’d just tested some seitan patties for Celine & Joni’s upcoming project and knew they’d be great. I also used some steamed seitan sausages made with poultry seasoning. I’ve got so many yummy test recipes to post, oh time management…

Before this month’s challenge I’d never heard of Brunswick Stew, so thanks to our lovely host for sharing this. I’m always excited about stews calling for corn and Lima beans, and this one had both, so I was a rather happyfish.

Be sure and check out the Daring Cook’s Blogroll to see all the stewy love this month!

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22 thoughts on “Vegan Brunswick Stew : Daring Cook’s April Challenge

  1. Oh, yours turned out much better than mine! I’m sure the seitan sausage tasted much, much better than the turkey bacon I used. (Have decided to stop using it in recipes. Blech.)

  2. Sounds great–though I’ve never heard of Brunswick stew (before this) either! Ah, yes, time management. . . why it’s taken me so long to get to this post! ;)

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  4. mmmmmmm… sounds awesome. i always want to test a daring cook recipe, but i never make it to the store and find time to cook during the time it’s posted. i felt the ‘oh, time management’… :)

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