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Elephant Stew

Submitted by: vachickenfarmer on May 23, 2010
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Elephant Stew

A fun recipe that I used in a cook-book I once wrote……

Difficulty: Easy

Servings: 3,500


1 elephant
brown gravy
2 rabbits
salt and pepper to taste


Cut elephant into bite-sized pieces. (This will take about 4 months.) Cook over kerosene at 525 degrees until tender, about 5 more months. Add salt and pepper and cover with brown gravy. This will serve 3,500 people. If more people are expected, add the 2 rabbits, but do this only if absolutely necessary, because most people do not like to find hare in their stew!

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  1. 5-23

    OK, Where in the world is the photo?! This is a pot-o-stew that I really want to see!

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