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Sunday, 7 August 2011

How to make an elephant stew, old African recipe

Elephant Stew recipe

This dish takes about 2 to 3 months to prepare.


1 African Elephant
10 Warthogs
100 kilogram tomatoes
half ton potatoes
100 kilogram salt
1 wheelbarrow onions (heaped)
10 litre vinegar
20 litre chutney
4 Guineafowl - for emergencies


Hunt the elephant, warthog and guineafowl.

Hang guineafowl to ripen.

Cut elephant into edible chunks, (will take about a month).

Boil the warthog with other ingredients (except guineafowl) till nice and juicy.

Now boil elephant chunks over high flames till tender. (will take about 4 weeks) and add everything together. Boil for another 5 to 7 days.

Produces about 3,500 helpings.

Note: If the above isn't enough, add the guineafowl as well.

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