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  • Lisa Suter

    Deep South Dish: Southern Slow Stewed Chicken: Trying this tonight!

  • Yvette Moore

    Southern Slow Stewed Chicken - begins with a browned, cut up chicken, that is slow cooked in a roux based gravy.

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