Sunday, October 12, 2008

Galloped Golly Gob Recipe from the St. John's Suzuki Talent Education Program (STEP)

Galloped Golly Gob
(aka Galloped Gob O’Golly)
Recipe from the testing kitchens of the Suzuki Talent Education Program (STEP), St. John’s;

First off, clear the place of any connivers who will covet a drop.
Stock up on charmers to chew the fat and grease the time.
Gaffle out the gear for mixing up a gob of dunge.

Mang together the following:

4 cups of confloption of whatever dried fruit you can firk out of your cupboards (eg. Prunes, apricots, raisens, sultanas, currants, dates etc. according to your preference) and including 1 lemon and 1 orange, each entire which you are after chippling up.

5 cups further of dried fruit confloption wed to grated parsnip and carrot (1 of each if gurrr size; if puny, a couple each)

3 cups Screech

teaspoon each of cloves, ginger, nutmeg and salt and 2 of cinnamon

Mang, mang and mang.

On the side caudle together 4 cups of bread crumbs, 2 cups of brown flour and 1 cup chopped almonds or whatever other nuts you can scare up.

Mang it all up with the other crowd and 4 eggs and 1 cup of oil.
Cover tight with a plastic bag or rig up some other scheme for storing the whole mess in the fridge or other cool place where it can bide for a day or two while you make like jack-easy with the choicest charmer and just for badness kill the rest of the screech , one pleasant grog at a time.

Somewhere between the final mang and the next step, offer all jinkers and other hangashores the chance to make a wish and improve themselves by hanging off a wooden spoon while they cut the curwibbles through the dunge according.

When you’re feeling jonnick, move on. Grease two large pudding bowls or a mess of tins and put to gallup for 3 hours.

Cool and wrap for keeping, somewhere cool and dry, to bide til Thanksgiving.

To serve, reheat and offer with rum sauce after dousing in brandy and putting to blaze. Guttle it down with choice company. If you forget it, no odds, it’ll keep til Christmas.

Leftovers make awful good company bread, guaranteed to beat out any other fairy bun for effectiveness.

Submitted by STEP (Suzuki Talent Education Program) to our Recipe Redux Contest and selected as a part of our alternative Thanksgiving Dinner Menu.

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