12 November 2009

Elephant Stew


Elephant Stew    



I am looking for menu inspiration and nothing is doing it so I share with you at least one that made me smile.  Okay it's not politically correct at all but what hit me was sometimes coming up with meals feels this daunting a task ....no arrows please!


2 rabbits (optional)


1 elephant, medium size


Salt & pepper to taste

Brown gravy


Cut elephant into small bite-sized pieces. This should take about two months. Add enough brown gravy to cover. Cook over kerosene fire for about four weeks at 465 degrees.


This will serve 3800 people.


If more are expected, two rabbits may be added, but do this only if necessary as some people do not like to find a hare in their stew.





8 comments:

  1. I love that last sentence!!!!

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  2. Thanks that made me laugh.
    Amber from Shimelles class.

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  3. so that's why the advice is to eat an elephant 'one bite at a time'

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  4. This really is a laugh out loud one ... especially the 'if you have extras over' part!

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  5. Definitely
    a giggle moment

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  6. I like the cutting up and cooking. Let's see I'm hungry now - nope, won't do, I don't have 3 months to prepare and cook it. Good laugh. thanks.

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  7. Great laugh thanks ~ I really needed that today. M x

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  8. The worst part is that when I saw the title, I thought, "I wonder which cuisine this recipe is from!"

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