Brunswick stew


noun

(especially in Virginia, Maryland, etc.) a stew of rabbit or squirrel meat cooked with onions and other vegetables.
a similar dish made with chicken.

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Origin of Brunswick stew

First recorded in 1855–60; after Brunswick Co., Virginia, where it originated
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