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How To Eat Brunswick Stew

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Brunswick stew is a traditional American stew prepared with vegetables, meat, herbs and spices. In a world where fast food and eating on the run is so common, we sometimes forget simple dining etiquette. Eating brunswick stew is one of those things we get lazy about and don't do properly. To eat brunswick stew properly is simple. Below are a few tips to keep in mind when eating brunswick stew. How To Eat Brunswick Stew
How To Eat Brunswick Stew

Step 1: Place your bowl of stew on the plate. The plate serves as a place to put your spoon .
Step 2:  Let your brunswick stew cool by stirring it gently or simply waiting patiently. Never blow on a spoonful of stew to cool it. Definitely do not lean over and blow on stew in the bowl.
Step 3: Fill your spoon by placing it in the bowl and moving it away from you. If you slosh any stew out of the bowl, it won't fall on your lap. Gently remove any drips from the bottom of your spoon by touching it to the bowl's rim before raising it to your mouth.
Step 4: Sip brunswick stew from the side of the spoon quietly.
Step 5: Get the last few spoonfuls of brunswick stew by tilting the bowl away from you and scooping them up by continuing to draw the spoon away from you.
Step 6: Place your spoon on the plate under your bowl when you're finished. Remember that your spoon should never touch the table cloth once it's been used.
Tip: Serve brunswick stew with rustic croutons, crackers or some homemade butter sticks.
For good food and for experience’s sake, brunswick stew is worth an attempt!

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How To Eat Brunswick Stew