Earlier today I was talking to a friend and said something like
I'm gonna buy carrots for to make stew.
After my friend finished chastizing me for this obviously wrong grammar, I decided I was curious about it. However, it was hard to find anything with a search engine seeing as "for" and "to" are extremely common words.
What is the origin of this colloquialism? Are there specific geographical regions where people might say this?
Or at least, let me know if I'm misremembering something I heard a long time ago