Nancy J. Patrykus Recipe

By Nancy J. Patrykus Finnjin


This is a special recipe.
Take the children on a safari in the park.
Look for a elephant...
It might take a couple trips..
Haul it back home..
Begin the recipe.......

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500 qt
salr & pepper...to taste
mixed vegetables...your choice & amount

Directions Step-By-Step

Take elephant home.Clean by turning hose on in the back yard.
Maybe the neighbors will help you.
.Wait till it dies of old age.
This might take years..so be sure to feed well!!

Give another bath with the hose.
Now the work..begins.
Cut up into small pieces.
Hope the neighbors help you.
This might take years!!!
Cut up and put pieces in huge pots over a bon-fire...cook till done...
Possibly a year or two.
Now add the gravy and vegetables...
stir cook till done..
OH! don't forget to salt & pepper...
this is very important!
Invite your neighbors over.
If they haven' moved to the next state over!
Serve in wheel barrels..
Isn't it nice to share with friends and neighbors????

I apologize for any and all ..

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Other Main Dishes
Other Tag: For Kids
Hashtag: #ELEPHANT

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Stormy Stewart karlyn255
Jul 1, 2012
a wonderful recipe any you will need all the callories from the meal as I hear jail food isn't very good. Happy elephant hunting
Nancy J. Patrykus Finnjin
Jul 1, 2012

Hope I did not step on anyones toes....
Straws Kitchen CinCooks
Jul 1, 2012
lol..Nancy, I posted this recipe years ago on another recipe web site and got a lot of very funny items people said I should add to it.
Funny, thanks for the laugh.
Pat Duran kitchenchatter
Jul 1, 2012
This is different than my recipe for elephant stew:Cut up elephant into bite size pieces, add 1 bushel mixed vegetables,(carrots, potatoes,celery, and onions). Cook for 3 weeks over open fire- when this is almost tender add 1 rabbit- being careful when adding as some people don't like hare in their stew. This recipe is a lot longer - this is the short version from my cookbook Kitchen Chatter and Friends 2. I like the Canadian version too.
Nancy J. Patrykus Finnjin
Jul 1, 2012
CIN...Please post yours..
I would love to seeit!!!
I made my recipe up as I typed....LOL
Just havin fun....us FINNS are that way..
don't cha know!!! tee hee

Did you see my FROG LEGs recipe todays post..
Such a cute pic!!

The first picture of the elephant .I toke off of my long patio dress....
It is so comfortable to wear!!! old, old!
Long, sleeveless, and loose!!!
Nancy J. Patrykus Finnjin
Jul 1, 2012
Nice PAT...Hair HA! in my stew....YUK ....LOL
Straws Kitchen CinCooks
Jul 1, 2012
Here, I'll give it to you (recipe by CinStraw).

1 med/lg Elephant (med. one should do it)
14 lbs Mixed Veggies (your choice)
Cream Gravy
S & P to taste
1- Rabbits (optional)
1 (55 gallon) drum

Kill, clean and cut 1-elephant into bite size pieces.
This may take your around 1 to 2 months. Then throw into the drum.
Be sure to keep all flies off meat (as they really don't add any flavor).

Cut up your veggies and add to the pot.
Pour salt and pepper over all ingredients in the pool, oh I meant the drum.

Make a roux in a lg pot/pan...dump it into the drum. Then add enough milk to cover all ingredients (about 3 to inches over the top of them).

Cook outside in the 55 gallon drum over a fire pit until internal temp of the meat reaches 500°. This shouldn't take more than week or so.

Elephant Stew should feed just over 3,000 people.
If you have more than that show up, add in the 2-Rabbits and maybe some more milk.


Now I'm off to look at your "Frog Leg recipe".
Straws Kitchen CinCooks
Jul 1, 2012
In the ingredient list "that was suppose to read 2-Rabbits"
Nancy J. Patrykus Finnjin
Jul 1, 2012
YUMMY...that looks better..
Nancy J. Patrykus Finnjin
Jul 2, 2012
Neighbors are waiting for me to go hunting....
Straws Kitchen CinCooks
Jul 2, 2012
I'm already on my way!!! teeheehee
Nancy J. Patrykus Finnjin
Jul 2, 2012
CIN....and Ladies
Please be sure to check out a few other ..
ELEPHANT ...recipes on JAP.
I was not aware ther are sooooo many.
All GREAT...
What fun reading them...
Thank you ladies for posting youe elephant recipes....... Nancy