Jellied Moose Nose

Jellied Moose Nose

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From the Cookbook "A Book of Recipes" by St. John Berchmans Church, friends and neighbors, Galena, Alaska sometime between 1980-1988. I have NOT made this, just found it an interesting bit of regional cuisine to share with y'all.

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Ingredients

How to Make Jellied Moose Nose

Step-by-Step

  1. Dip moose nose in scalding water, and scrape clean, remove all hair
  2. Dice in small pieces, cover with water, adding salt and garlic
  3. Boil until tender, remove from heat and chill until set
  4. Slice and serve

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