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crocodile gumbo, kangaroo salad, wildebeest tagine, reindeer and chips, impala sandwich. recipes available on request.
29th Dec 2007, 14:33   | tags:

Helen says:

Which was best?

29th Dec 2007, 14:37

Dhamaka says:

yum!

29th Dec 2007, 14:44

FilbertFox says:

reindeer and chips - that makes me laugh

29th Dec 2007, 17:21

Kostika says:

Ooo! I'd love all of those recipes pretty please. They all look and sound lovely.

29th Dec 2007, 17:59

bronxelf says:

Now I want peas.

29th Dec 2007, 20:14

norm says:

Mmmm bush meat chrimbo.

Happy Birthday btw

2nd Jan 2008, 13:19

jetblacknewmoblog says:

woah - the reindeer & impala look gorgeous.

2nd Jan 2008, 16:01

mat says:

Recipes -

Gumbo: saute onions, celery, spring onions, green pepper with a little chilli and garlic until soft. Add shrimps and croc tail chunks, tin of tomatoes. After boiling lightly in seperate pan, add okra. Cover and simmer for at least half an hour. Serve over rice.

Kangaroo Salad: cook steaks to medium rare (or to taste) and set in warm place to rest. Meanwhile, toss together boiled potatoes, lightly pickled beetroot, walnuts, rocket, salt pepper. Slice steaks into medallions, stir into salad. Dress with olive oil and a splash of lemon juice.

Tagine: Marinade chunks of meat in ras al halout spices (cumin, coriander, garlic, rose petals, mace, cinnamon etc) and olive oil. Fry gently with onions, carrots and garlic. Add tin of tomatoes, chopped dates, chopped apricots, fresh oregano, almonds. Cover, simmer for at least an hour. Add more oregano before serving over cous cous, and use ground almond to thicken if too thin. If you've got any of them nice brine-pickled lemons, chuck some of those in too.

Reindeer steak served in creamy pepper sauce made by deglazing cooking pan with milk, adding crushed tricolour peppercorns and lumps of dolcelatte.

If anyone needs quantities, make 'em up - 'cos that's all I ever do. :)

3rd Jan 2008, 15:53

Euphro says:

Where do you get your meat from?

3rd Jan 2008, 16:02

mat says:

This lot came from http://www.keziefoods.co.uk/, but there is also http://alternativemeats.co.uk/

3rd Jan 2008, 16:06

JokerXL says:

Great stuff! Fried wildlife!
;-)

4th Jan 2008, 21:37

Kostika says:

The best way to cook. Sometimes I have to guess when I write out my recipes since I almost never measure things unless I'm baking.

Thanks for those.

7th Jan 2008, 10:41