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#10659743 - 03/01/15 07:25 PM Slow Cooking an Elephant ?
coolpix9 Offline
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Registered: 04/03/14
Posts: 203
Loc: 2nd Largest State
A few questions come to mind before I tackle this big job.
Would you brine the elephant first ?
Would you quarter the elephant for easy handling ?
Could you make chicharones out of the skin ?
I was thinking of injecting it with flavor.
Thanks for your input.
Chef Babar

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#10660423 - 03/02/15 01:10 AM Re: Slow Cooking an Elephant ? [Re: coolpix9]
hallfns Offline
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Registered: 08/22/05
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Brine it in the ocean.
No cook it whole.
No the fat in the skin will baste the meat.
Yes but you will need a giant needle.
Cook it in the ground wrap it in elephant ear (the plant).
And use ancient red wood in the pit to give it that jail house flavor all the other inmates will talk about for the rest of your life sentence. ..
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#10660946 - 03/02/15 09:27 AM Re: Slow Cooking an Elephant ? [Re: coolpix9]
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Registered: 10/14/12
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Loc: bayou vista,tx
start with a small elephant. if it goes bad, you won't waste too much meat.
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#10829213 - 05/08/15 05:47 PM Re: Slow Cooking an Elephant ? [Re: coolpix9]
Greg Z Offline
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Will one of these fit on my Big Gray Egg? food
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#10829243 - 05/08/15 06:10 PM Re: Slow Cooking an Elephant ? [Re: Greg Z]
coolpix9 Offline
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Registered: 04/03/14
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Loc: 2nd Largest State
Maybe Bobby Flay could have an Elephant Throwdown.
It could be a secret ingredient on Chopped, that would be a big basket !

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#10829444 - 05/08/15 07:37 PM Re: Slow Cooking an Elephant ? [Re: coolpix9]
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Registered: 09/23/08
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Get the elephant first with pictures, then us experienced cooks will inform you about how to cook it. Our advice doesn't come cheap!

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#10840020 - 05/12/15 10:38 PM Re: Slow Cooking an Elephant ? [Re: coolpix9]
Beer Money Offline
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Registered: 08/07/14
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Loc: Collin County
Low and slow.

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#10844040 - 05/14/15 11:24 AM Re: Slow Cooking an Elephant ? [Re: coolpix9]
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Do not ask me how I know,
As stated above get some very fresh "Elephant Ear" Tabs,( that what the leaf is called in the horticulture community). Best place if U close to Dallas is the Arboretum, they have a section just for cooking aficionados. I think the Tabs are sold by the ounce. If you can Brine the entire pachyderm for 60 - 72 hours it will be very tender and tasty. Then place on grill best size is 120 in X 144 in. coals about 36 -72 inches below meat. use one those re-mote sensors for temp, actually you will need about 10 of the units to place around for even temp readings. I gotta get back to work for awhile, then I will complete my instructions.
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#10851148 - 05/17/15 06:27 PM Re: Slow Cooking an Elephant ? [Re: 410MAN]
coolpix9 Offline
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Registered: 04/03/14
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Loc: 2nd Largest State
All I can say is WOW
Here I thought I was making an attempt at humor and I might just learn something. Thanks

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