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Old 12-30-2012, 03:47 AM   #11
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Old 12-30-2012, 05:24 AM   #12
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I just fournd out I am allergic to camel meat. I had camel for breakfast yesterday and it was very sandy and gritty. Nice recipe though. Thanks.

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Oh man and I got in trouble for mentioning steaks from an endangered marine mammal in an "April Fools Day" thread!
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Oh man and I got in trouble for mentioning steaks from an endangered marine mammal in an "April Fools Day" thread!
I got to laugh at it before it was deep sixed

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Breakfast Tips No. 2 [B]Traditional Bedouin Wedding Feast[/B] A filling breakfast to satisfy the largest appetite best served in a tent in the Sahara. (Serves up to 250.) You will need: 1 medium camel. 1 medium North African goat. 1 spring lamb. 1 large chicken 1 egg 450 cloves of garlic. 1 bail of fresh coriander. 1- Take the prepared chicken and stuff with the egg, which should be hard boiled, and pad out with coriander. 2- Stuff the lamb with the chicken. 3- Stuff the goat with the lamb. 4- Stuff the camel with the goat. A pre-prepared camel is rather more convenient--don't be afraid to ask your butcher. Spike with the garlic and brush with butter before cooking. 5- Spit roast over a charcoal fire in an arid desert area for best results. 3 stars 1 reviews
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