Elephant Stew

Total sodium per serving:
A lot
Total calories per serving:
Too many to count


  • 1 medium sized elephant (African are best)
  • 500 bushels potatoes
  • 200 bushels carrots
  • 100 kilogram tomatoes
  • 2 wheelbarrows onions (heaped)
  • 100 kilogram salt
  • 100 kilogram pepper
  • 10 liter vinegar
  • 1500 gallons brown gravy
  • 3000 sprigs parsley


Cut elephant into bite-sized pieces(this will take about 2 months).

Cut vegetables into cubes (another 2 months).

Place meat in the pan, cover with the brown gravy and simmer for 4 weeks.

Add the salt and pepper to taste.

When the meat is tender, add the vegetables. Simmer for another 4 weeks.

Garnish with parsley.

This will serve 3800 people, but if more are expected, add 2 small rabbits. This is optional, as many people dislike finding hares in their stew.

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