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I'm sure the recipe is great but I looked and looked and I couldn't find a pot big enough - Can you advise me where you found yours? Please hurry with your answer as the elephant & I are bonding and I don't think I can do him in!!!!!
This was delicious, except you have leftovers for months,and months, and months!!!!!!!
This is a wonderful dish that has an exotic flavor. I asked my butcher not to remove the tusks because I wanted to use them for stock. But the truth is, I'm thinking of opening a business dealing in ivory. Could everyone please send me your tusks?
Imagine my embarrassment when my guests asked for nutrition information and to my suprise none was provided for this recipe!!! Fortunately it was time to toss the bouquet and they were sufficiently distracted from counting calories.
Tasts like chicken
This is by FAR the best elephant recipe I've EVER tried! Out here in Ohio, the elephants are roaming insanely and the state has finally allowed us to hunt more of them during spear season. After an afternoon of busy hunting, we all like to sit down and whip up a nice stew...this is out new favorite! Thanks a million! (Side note...this is hillarious..I love seeing these zany recipes mixed in with real ones. They're always a good laugh after hours of searching through recipes. lol Thanks for postin. :) )
I had a hard time finding elephant at the local market had to go to a specialty store.
This was quite delectable. Had a lot left, so I dipped the leftovers in liquid nitrogen and placed them in deep freeze for later use. The way I figure it, I have enough food to feed my family elephant for breakfast, lunch, and dinner for the next 3 years! Thanks for the great budget stretching recipe!
Sounds yummy, Penny. But I'm fresh out of elephant. Can I use the frozen mammoth I found buried in the backyard?