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New recipe--- for me at least

JayeffelJayeffel Posts: 13
edited 2:33PM in Off Topic
Need to figure how to convert this to grilling.

Elephant Stew

Needed: 1 elephant, 2 rabbits, salt , pepper

Cut elephant into bite size pieces. Cook in pan at 465 degrees F. (Takes about three weeks).

This will serve 3,800. If more people are expected, the two rabbits may be added. Do this only if necessary, since most people don't like hare in their stew! :woohoo:

Thinking of marinading elephant for two months, then apply a run in a cement mixer. Then use a rotisserie instead of cutting into pieces.

It might take a few modifications to the grill to accommodate the elephant. How many bags of charcoal should I plan on?
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