If the origins of Brunswick stew is uncertain, so that they are claimed by two different people who claim paternity, no doubt, however, it is a very nutritious and delicious dish. Widespread in the southern United States, the dish can be made in various ways, so the recipes for the preparation of the stew can vary greatly depending on where it is also clearly prepared or according to personal tastes. Sometimes, especially in California, is also called Hash and served together with rice. Usually, however, is a stew of tomato that contains various types of beans, corn, okra, vegetables and various meats such as chicken, rabbit, pork and beef. In other versions, especially in eastern North Carolina, the potatoes are added that help to give depth and volume to the plate, as well as give them a delicious flavor. Not unlike a vegetable soup that is added to the meat, Brunswick stew is a perfect dish to regain your energy after a hard day or to delight your palate to a hearty meal or a delicious lunch. The main difference between versions of Georgia and Virginia (in fact the two areas that contend the origin) is primarily concerned with the types of meat used: in Virginia is usually prepared with chicken and rabbit, while in Georgia tend to prefer the flesh beef, pork, and squirrel, but there are no official recipe of the dish, you can prepare any type of meat.