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Technique: Stuffed Camel

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    Technique: Stuffed Camel

    Wasn't sure what channel to put this in since it involves rice, eggs, chicken, lamb, and camel. Decided on wild game since it is about the camel, after all.

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    Aaaaaaaaah NO.


      Hmm. Things to ask your butcher about next time you are in the store. In the meanwhile, I guess we wait for Marx Foods.



        Where am I going to get 110 gallons of water?


        • FireMan
          FireMan commented
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          From a 111 gallon water tank. My question is, where ya gonna put it.

        To late for this year...............but maybe next time!!?!


          I bought some camel burger patties the last time I ordered from Blackwing. Haven't tried them yet. They had camel tenderloin as well. maybe next time I order.


            First thing after cleaning everything is boil until tender - the terrorists win!


              That is seriousy wrong.


                I have questions: Are there different sizes of camel available? Will a medium camel really fit in a large oven? Define medium camel. Define large oven.

                Guy who bought camel-sized oven now has last laugh among his wife and friends.


                • barelfly
                  barelfly commented
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                  Ha! You beat me to it! I was gonna post…..one whole camel…

                • SmokingPat
                  SmokingPat commented
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                  My question is: Do you need a one-hump camel or a two-hump camel? That could drastically change the ingridients list. 🤯

                The horror is the Crab Cake recipe above the camel. Baked fish? Everyone knows that is a Coddie, not a crab cake!


                  A novel spin on turduckin !!!!


                  • Jerod Broussard
                    Jerod Broussard commented
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                    What came first, the turducken or the camelamhen??

                  • Dick Anderson
                    Dick Anderson commented
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                    Thanks! I'll be saying "camelambhen" all freakin' day!

                  • FireMan
                    FireMan commented
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                    Actually Dick Anderson & Jerod Broussard it flows much better if ya say camelambahen, sorta like ramalama ding dong.

                  We only serve camel on Wednesdays here.


                    From what I can see, these are recipes (collected and printed no less!!) are from Deputies. "Deputy" of what? Is this an "Officer of the Law" cookbook? Should we be worried about our men and women in blue? Oh dear....


                      What is the last straw to BBQ the camel's back?


                        Should we use wild camel or farm raised? Last time I cooked wild camel it was a little tough. Plus the bastard spit on me when I was trying to catch him.
                        Last edited by Panhead John; November 24, 2021, 05:40 PM.


                        • ecowper
                          ecowper commented
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                          Panhead John it’s got a salty, tangy flavor …

                        • grantgallagher
                          grantgallagher commented
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                          oh dear

                        • Mr. Bones
                          Mr. Bones commented
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                          Dune-Raised, I'd havedta reckon, is what ya'd want.

                          As a tangential aside, still have me two cheapo t-shirts, bought in '90,
                          sez "I Flew 10,000 Miles -pic - To Smoke a Camel."


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