Slow Difficult Recipes Part 2: Authentic Kentucky Burgoo Recipe

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Re:Slow Difficult Recipes Part 2: Authentic Kentucky Burgoo Recipe 2012/04/14 17:19:26 (permalink)
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There's something funny sounding about burgoo?

Yep, like "Yabba Dabba Doo" & "Bibbidy, Bobbidy, Boo" Put them together and what have you got??? Burgoo!
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Re:Slow Difficult Recipes Part 2: Authentic Kentucky Burgoo Recipe 2012/04/15 15:02:15 (permalink)
competition was stiff for the burgoo last night, a big kettle of Texas Red chili, red beans and rice, crawfish ettouffe and a few other big kettles of food were all set up at the same time for the eaters. Managed to dish out 6 or so qts of the Kentucky classic before we all descended on the star of the event; a giant pile of freshly boiled crawfish. I'll start plotting another burgoo session in 51 weeks.
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Re:Slow Difficult Recipes Part 2: Authentic Kentucky Burgoo Recipe 2013/01/05 21:54:50 (permalink)
I got a bad hankerin for a kettle of burgoo. My brisket and Hatch chile stew on the stovetop right now will have to suffice. I only make burgoo once a year, in April, which seems like a million years from now.
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Re:Slow Difficult Recipes Part 2: Authentic Kentucky Burgoo Recipe 2013/02/04 12:33:17 (permalink)
April all of a sudden seems really close. Starting to get my freezer filled with meat for my yearly batch of burgoo. Got antelope, axis, wild boar and gator so far.
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Re:Slow Difficult Recipes Part 2: Authentic Kentucky Burgoo Recipe 2013/02/04 21:42:45 (permalink)
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April all of a sudden seems really close. Starting to get my freezer filled with meat for my yearly batch of burgoo. Got antelope, axis, wild boar and gator so far.

What's an AXIS????????
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Re:Slow Difficult Recipes Part 2: Authentic Kentucky Burgoo Recipe 2013/02/04 22:49:14 (permalink)
synonym for delicious. but if you want to get technical http://www.nsrl.ttu.edu/tmot1/cervaxis.htm
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Re:Slow Difficult Recipes Part 2: Authentic Kentucky Burgoo Recipe 2013/05/04 13:55:49 (permalink)
who's making burgoo for their Derby party?
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Re:Slow Difficult Recipes Part 2: Authentic Kentucky Burgoo Recipe 2013/05/04 14:15:19 (permalink)
What the heck is "axis?"
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Re:Slow Difficult Recipes Part 2: Authentic Kentucky Burgoo Recipe 2013/05/04 15:18:49 (permalink)
An axis is a species of deer. They're native to India, but they were introduced to ranches in Texas years ago. and now can be found in other states on hunting properties. Oh, and they're delicious.
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Re:Slow Difficult Recipes Part 2: Authentic Kentucky Burgoo Recipe 2013/05/04 23:05:28 (permalink)
Thank you, Mr. Hoffman.
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Re:Slow Difficult Recipes Part 2: Authentic Kentucky Burgoo Recipe 2013/07/13 10:40:15 (permalink)
Anybody knock out a big kettle of burgoo this year?
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