Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Wacky Wednesday! Hell's Kitchen

Last night as I watched the finale of Hell's Kitchen, I was inspired to find a few new recipes for the upcoming holiday season. I searched Google and found the usual recipes until I came across a site with an twist, RecipeZaar. For your convenience, I have reprinted a few of their selections.


CHOCOLATE MOOSE


Ingredients-
  • 1 moose
  • 40 lbs Hershey chocolate
  • 17 containers Cool Whip
  • 1 Cherry
Directions-
1. Send spouse to Alaska to capture moose, or have one delivered by UPS.
2. Meanwhile, melt chocolate in very large double boiler.
3. Keep warm.
4. Tie up moose with rope.
5. Holding the moose by the tail, carefully dip in melted chocolate, covering it completely with a thin coating.
6. Arrange moose attractively on large platter and refrigerate for 2 days to set chocolate.
7. Remove rope, wash to remove chocolate,if necessary, and return rope to clothesline.
8. Garnish chocolate moose with Cool Whip and top with a cherry.
9. Serve immediately.
10. Or you could just chew on the rope, which may be tastier.
11. May be doubled for serving a crowd.


UDDERLY WONDERFUL ECLAIRS


Ingredients-
  • 2 fresh lean cow udders
  • 1 pint whipping cream
  • 1 cup brown sugar
  • 1 (14 ounce) can artichoke hearts
  • 1/2 cup butter
  • 1 small smelt, filleted
Directions-
1. Soak the cow udders in Nair to remove the hair. Repeat several times if necessary until all hair is removed. Rinse in warm water.
2. Place a stick of butter into a warm frying pan. Wait until all of the butter has melted, then add the cow udders. Fry them for 15-20 minutes until golden brown.
3. Chop the artichoke hearts and smelt on a cutting board into fine pieces.
4. In a large bowl, add the whipping cream, brown sugar and the chopped artichokes, and smelt.
5. With a mixer on low, whip until creamy with a consistency like vanilla pudding.
6. Remove the udders from the pan and make a long slice down the side of each udder.
7. Spread the pudding mixture into each slit. Serve warm or cold and have an "Udderly Wonderful" snack.


KID'S TIME-OUT LUNCH

Ingredients -
  • 1 Slice whole wheat bread
  • 1 Glass water
Directions-
1. Place bread on a steel prison lunch tray.
2. Place glass of water out until it is room temperature.
3. Serve to misbehaving child and say in your best parental tones,"Kids in Botswana would be proud to have so much"!


If you enjoyed these mouth-watering recipes and would like to add more to your collection, check out RecipeZaar.


20 comments:

  1. Yum! Am I invited for lunch? Dessert sounds great.

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  2. @ Joel - Absolutely. Hey, you're in Canada, can you bring a moose?

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  3. Can we substitute caribou if there is no moose readily available?

    Please answer ASAP as I have guests arriving soon!

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  4. @ moooooog - I'm no expert but, I would imagine caribou would be just as tasty as moose. I hope you and your guests enjoy!

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  5. Ok, these sound divine. No way can I eat them til after Saturday night or I won't fit into my ball gown! But after......

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  6. i about lost it reading the second one, how disgusting...lol.

    oh and what i sold is exactly what you were thinking...hehehe.

    have a great day!

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  7. I love chocolate moose. Hard to make, and expensive, yes. But that first bite is a real kick to the palate!

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  8. This could be the perfect thing to serve to my kids...I'm pretty annoyed with them just now! Thanks for the tips.

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  9. The moose one was cute, and I've given my kids bread and water but the udder one kinda grossed me out a little bit.

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  10. I'm confused (and it doesn't take much). When do you kill the moose? Or is it like a lobster thing, boiled alive in a pot? Or does it die of asphyxiation in the chocolate? Oh and what's the plural of moose?

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  11. I'll be serving the time out lunch all weekend.

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  12. Yippee! I now have a place for my roadkill recipes!

    I'll pass on the udders. ;-)

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  13. I just threatened my children with the whole bread and water punishment.. Maybe it will work better than the "I swear to Heaven above I'm tossing that GD video game out the window"!

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  14. Ahh I tried the eclaire recipe once before I think I forgot the nair part, that was the problem.
    I only wish my children were still small so I could prepare that lunch for them. I'm sure they would have loved it :)

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  15. I had NO IDEA you were a gourmet! Impressive! I'm off to bag a moose!

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  16. @ suZen - I hope you really have a ball!

    @ PJ - I know, I threw up in my mouth a little while I was posting it.

    @ MikeWJ - Talk about hoof in mouth.

    @ Buggys - When you do, I want to see pictures of the torment and dismay on their little faces.

    @ Jen - Yep, it's gross alright...but taaaasteeee!

    @ dufus - Oh my, they left that step out. The plural of moose is meeses.

    @ kyslp - Would you install a nanny cam so I can watch? I gotta see this.

    @ Geek Girl - Sorry, hon. I don't have any armadillo recipes.

    @ Nipsy - Threaten them with bread and water and they become Marsha, Jan and Cindy.

    @ Ann - I d-clair! There's a hair in my eclair.

    @ CatLadyLarew - Oh sure, I cook. Please be careful while in the great white north!

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  17. I think I'll cook up #2 and give it to my annoying neighbor. Yum.

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  18. any good recipes there for birds? there are a few around here who are about to become main ingredients for something

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