Thursday, June 30, 2011

Elephant Stew - 2 ways!

If anyone gives this a try please let me know how it turns out.  I just don’t have that much time! :)

Recipe taken from – Feeding the Flock (1988)

1 elephant
100 lbs carrots
100 lbs potatoes
100 lbs onion

Take elephant after you have killed and dressed him.  Cut into bite-sized pieces.  This should take about 2 months.  Cook over low electric heat about 2 weeks at 465 degrees.  This will serve about 3,800 guests.  If you expect more people, you may add 2 rabbits, but do this only if necessary “cause most people don’t like hare.”

Recipe taken from – Texas State Foster Parent’s Incorporated Cookbook (1989)
1 elephant
2 rabbits
3 Tbsp salt

Cut elephant into small pieces.  Make enough gravy to cover pieces of elephant.  Cook over kerosene stove for about three months.  Serves 3,800 people.  If expecting more people add two rabbist, but only if necessary because most people don’t like to find a hare in their stew.

Hope this made you smile today!

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