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Brunswick Pot Pie

 

Brunswick Stew with a Cornbread top cooked pot pie fashion. 

 

This was a three part cook. Part 1 happened about 6 weeks ago which resulted in chunks of kamado pulled port leftover in the freezer. 

 

Part 2 happened on Sunday. Brunswick Stew made with the leftover pulled pork and slow cooked in a open top Dutch oven for about 8 hours in my 19" Komodo Kamado with a few Hickory chunks. 

 

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Part 3 the final cook happened on Tuesday. I started by making homemade cream corn. I used my favorite Kamado Guru recipe from @philpom 

 

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I then started to put together the Brunswick Pot Pie. 

 

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I made a very simple corn bread using Jiffy, the cream corn, and an egg. 

 

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Put the Brunswick Stew in a ceramic pie dish and added a layer of the Cornbread mixture on top. 

 

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Cooked in my 19" Komodo Kamado until golden brown and bubbly. 

 

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A double leftover meal is served. 

 

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2 hours ago, lnarngr said:

Definitely next level Brunswick stew right there. 

I needn't ask, I know it was good! 

 

TY @lnarngr I couldn't stop at Brunswick Stew, I've posted that cook numerous times in the past. Figured I could take a step higher.

 

 

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Before just a couple of months ago I've never tasted Brunswick stew. So before that I could have never even imagined how well the sweetness of the cornbread and the sweetness of the Brunswick stew would mesh together. Now that I can put those tastes together I have to say...great combo that cook not only looks good but I'm sure it tasted excellent. 

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1 hour ago, Ron5850 said:

Before just a couple of months ago I've never tasted Brunswick stew. So before that I could have never even imagined how well the sweetness of the cornbread and the sweetness of the Brunswick stew would mesh together. Now that I can put those tastes together I have to say...great combo that cook not only looks good but I'm sure it tasted excellent. 

 

Half the reason why I make pulled pork is so I can make Brunswick Stew. Also the homemade cream corn takes Cornbread to a new height. 

 

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That looks delicious.   I'm glad you found the cream corn recipe useful, it's alot lighter than some.  Putting it in the cornbread is a great idea.  I usually add whole kernel corn to mine with cheddar cheese and sometimes chopped jalapenos. 

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28 minutes ago, philpom said:

That looks delicious.   I'm glad you found the cream corn recipe useful, it's alot lighter than some.  Putting it in the cornbread is a great idea.  I usually add whole kernel corn to mine with cheddar cheese and sometimes chopped jalapenos. 

 

We love your cream corn recipe. I usually start with 2 cups whole kernel in the blender and another cup whole kernel added in the heating phase. The only real tweak is 1/8 cup of honey instead of 1/4 cup. It's the only cream corn we have eaten in the last 8 months or so. TY for the awesome recipe. 

 

 

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1 minute ago, KismetKamado said:

I’ve never had Brunswick stew and I’ve never had @philpom‘s creamed corn. Two things I think I may have to remedy soon!  Great cook. Really like the idea of the cornbread topper. 

 

You are missing out on two of the finer things in life - BBQ life that is B)

 

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