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Stomparato (Stampede)

Stomparato (Stampede) created by sheepdoc

This is very easy to make and came from My Nu-Na who was the sloppiest cook you ever met, but we could never conquer her flavor.

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  • Put in baking dish.
  • (Glass or otherwise).
  • Cover and bake and 375 for 1 hour and remove cover to brown.
  • It even taste better the next day, as flavor really gets in.
  • Oh, Don't forget to have lots of Italian Bread on hand.
  • This is a receipe that comes from our old Italian family that my No-Na made.
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"This is very easy to make and came from My Nu-Na who was the sloppiest cook you ever met, but we could never conquer her flavor."
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  1. sheepdoc
    The rabbit was nice and tender and the recipe was easy, but it turns out I don't like capers. No one else was crazy about the capers and olives, either. It was too salty. Next time, I think I would just use olives. Made for My 3 Chefs 2013.
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  2. sheepdoc
    Stomparato (Stampede) Created by sheepdoc
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  3. Pokerfreak Russo
    This is very easy to make and came from My Nu-Na who was the sloppiest cook you ever met, but we could never conquer her flavor.
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