Life has taken me in a new direction as of late, but I can't stop thinking about the world I left behind. So, I've stopped in to say hello, to let you know I miss you, namely, (those regular contributors to my drivel listed below):
...and to share a family recipe provided by dear mom during my recent visit to her in the great land of Oz. She couldn't see the old book, so she handed it to me requesting I find "Elephant Stew" in the index. Though her vision has almost completely been taken by Edema, she still managed to find a giggle down deep; we laughed together till we about cried. Hence, in honor of her, here's her famous stew concoction. To your good health and to laughter too. *grinnies*
1 medium-sized elephant
brown gravy to cover
Salt & pepper
2 rabbits (optional)
Cut the elephant into bite-sized pieces. This should take about 2 months. Add the brown gravy and cook over a kerosene fire about 4 weeks at 465 degrees Fahrenheit. This will serve about 3800 people. If more are expected, add your 2 rabbits, but do this only if necessary, as most people do not like to find hare in their stew.