Game bird stew
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Game bird stew
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:01:20 AM. Recipe ID 24636. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Game bird stew
 Categories: Game, Poultry, Ceideburg 2
      Yield: 6 Servings
      1 lb To 7 pounds of game birds,
           -cut in pieces
      1 qt Water (or stock), cooled
           -slightly from boiling
      3    Wild celery stalks, cut in
           -long pieces
  1 1/2    Wild onions, sliced
  1 1/2 c  Fresh garden peas (or
           -chopped day lily buds)
      2 tb Peppergrass seeds
           -{substitute ground pepper}
      1 ds Cayenne pepper
      1 ts Coltsfoot ash {substitute
           -salt in same amount}
      1 ts Lemon juice
      2 tb Flour
    1/4 c  Cold water
  This recipe is suitable for most game birds.  Make sure the stew
  doesn't boil while the meat is in the liquid.
  Place game birds in a stew pot with the water.  Add celery and wild
  onions. Stew slowly for 1 hour and remove scum from surface.  Add
  peas, peppergrass seeds, cayenne, coltsfoot ash, and lemon juice at
  the end of the first hour.  Continue to simmer for another hour.  Do
  not allow to boil.
  Remove meat and vegetables from stock and keep warm.  Bring the stock
  to a rapid boil.  Boil for 20 minutes.  Strain.
  Place flour in a small screw top jar.  Add cold water, cover, and
  shake to blend thoroughly.  Slowly pour this mixture into the stock
  while stirring. Cook over moderate heat to thicken as desired. Return
  solid food to thickened stock and serve over steamed rice.
  Yield: 6 servings.
  Posted by Stephen Ceideburg Feb 6 1990.

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Recipe ID 24636 (Apr 03, 2005)

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