Elephant Stew

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Elephant Stew

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:laugh:
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:rofl:
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Another recipe for Chris to try. :evilgrin:
Could be tough finding an elephant in the Bonavista area however . . . . :grin: :flee:
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This recipe is too complex! It does not say how much kerosene I would need?
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Rudi wrote:This recipe is too complex! It does not say how much kerosene I would need?
You would probably be able to drink no more than a couple of gallons.
Even over four months.
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ChrisGreaves wrote:
Rudi wrote:This recipe is too complex! It does not say how much kerosene I would need?
You would probably be able to drink no more than a couple of gallons.
That would certainly shorten my fuse!
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Rudi wrote:That would certainly shorten my fuse!
:laugh: :rofl:
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But Chris . . . you didn't comment on the availability of elephants in Bonavista (or Newfoundland, for that matter).
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BobH wrote:But Chris . . . you didn't comment on the availability of elephants in Bonavista (or Newfoundland, for that matter).
Bob, give him time to get to a library first so he can look up what an elephant is. :evilgrin:
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Hmmmm! Has Bryson written about elephants? :flee:
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BobH wrote:But Chris . . . you didn't comment on the availability of elephants in Bonavista (or Newfoundland, for that matter).
I saw rabbits as the critical, albeit optional, component. I have already pretty well run out of hares.
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Rudi wrote:Bob, give him time to get to a library first so he can look up what an elephant is. :evilgrin:
:cranky:


The library is closed today.
I had to pay a strange waitress $1.90 for a coffee at Walkham's, instead.
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Strange in the sense of weird?
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BobH wrote:Hmmmm! Has Bryson written about elephants? :flee:
I don't need to go the the library for that.
I've just finished re-re-re-reading Bryson's "Made In America", in which he discusses the etymology (unless that's all about insects) of "Jumbo".
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HansV wrote:Strange in the sense of weird?
And if you thiunk I'm brave enough to answer that while I'm still in the cafe, ...
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