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swamp and gator food


this recipe came to me from chef #143318 - thanks jen!! she found it in a cookbook, "an american celebration: recipes and traditions of celebration, florida" (submitted by karen bras of the university of florida) so, in honor of my beloved gators, enjoy!


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  1. Heat the mud
  2. Swamp water
  3. Crushed bones
  4. Fat
  5. Grass and squashed mosquitoes in a saucepan
  6. Boil for three minutes
  7. Stirring constantly
  8. Remove from heat and drop by spoonfuls onto waxed paper
  9. Let cool until firm
  10. Eat while watching the gators play football on t
  11. V

Step 6

Total Time in Minute 20

Ingredients Count 7

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