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Tired of Turkey? Try Liti–gator Stew!

Have you ever dealt with an Litigator_Stew_Laura_and_Alligator_Swampattorney who chomped down on as issue and just wouldn’t let go?  Or perhaps you had an attorney that would lie in wait for you to make a mistake on a claim only to snap his big choppers at you?  Once they have you in their jaws, you’re never getting free.

Well, get some revenge with our amazing Liti-gator Stew.  This truly southern dish will have you getting the better of that lawsuit filer in no time.

Start with a nice piece of gator, toss in a few potatoes, blend in a few mediation mushrooms, and you are on your way.  Of course the best part is letting that Liti-gator stew all day long.  “Stew…stew….stew in your own juices you over priced swamp crawler!  How do YOU like it?”

Oh, sorry, back to the dish.  Anyway, Liti-gator stew reminds us that no matter how hard the exterior, you can always find something tender on the inside with the right amount of heat and time.

IngredientsLiti-gator_Stew_Laura_tasting_with_alligator

  • 4 cups “liti-gator” meat, cut into bite size pieces
  • 1/2 cup oil
  • 1 large onion, chopped
  • 1/2 cup green onions, chopped
  • 1 large bell pepper, chopped
  • 2 tablespoons parsley
  • 1 cup water
  • 1 pinch of cayenne
  • 1 10 ounce can Rotel®  tomatoes
  • Salt and Pepper to taste

Directions

In a pot, combine the oil and “liti-gator” meat.  Cook the meat until it is lightly browned.   Next, add the chopped vegetables, Rotel®  tomatoes, cayenne, salt, and pepper and cook the ingredients until the vegetables are soft.  Then add the water, and cover the pot.  Cook over medium heat until the meat is tender and serve over cooked rice.Liti-gator_Stew

From the Claims Cookbook by Carl Van and Laura Wimsatt

 

 

 

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