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Saturday, December 30, 2006

Stuffed Camel

Believe it or not, this is found in the Operating Room Nurses Group Cook Book "Operation Cook II"

1 hard boiled egg
1 Cornish game hen
1 mallard duck
1 Canada goose
1 suckling pig
1 male deer
1 cow moose
1 camel
1 sockeye salmon

Pluck, clean, gut, scale, dehoof, dehorn and skin all ingredients. Stuff Cornish game hen with hard boiled egg. Place stuffed hen into mallard duck. Stuff salmon with mallard duck. Sew salmon closed with string. Place salmon into goose cavity; remove tail first. Place stuffed goose into pig. Grease pig and place into cavity of male deer. Deer should be inserted tail first into moose. Place moose into camel. If only a dromedary available, halve moose before placing in single hump. Insert 2 pounds of popcorn stuffing*. Place on a rotary spit over large fire. Observe from a safe distance. Feeds 400.

*Popcorn Stuffing

1 cup popcorn (not popped)
3 cups prepared stuffing
1/2 cup onion
1/4 cup melted butter
1 turkey

Add popcorn to stuffing, onion and butter. Mix well and stuff loosely into turkey. Preheat oven at 400 degrees F and place bird on lowest rack.

When the turkey pops, then you'll know that the bird is done.



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