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February 13, 2010


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Recipe By     : Art Guyer
Serving Size  : 12    Preparation Time :0:00
Categories    : FareShare Gazette February 2010 

   Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
    --------    ------------         --------------------------------
   2           pounds  macaroni noodles -- cooked and drained
   3           pounds  ground venison
   1           large  sweet onion -- finely chopped
   2           teaspoons  dried basil
   1           teaspoon  dried Oregano
   3           garlic cloves -- smashed and diced
   1           tablespoon  parsley flakes
   2           cans  diced tomatoes
   1           tablespoon  Worcestershire sauce
   1           pound  frozen peas -- thawed slightly
   1           roasted red pepper -- chopped
   2           cans  tomato sauce
   1           cup  grated cheese -- optional 

Brown ground venison (or beef), onion and spices. Simmer diced tomatoes, Worcestershire
and peas with the venison mixture for 15 minutes, add the roasted red pepper and as much
tomato sauce as needed to reach desired consistency.

Continue cooking until fully warmed through. Add grated cheese and remove from heat;
let sit until cheese melts.


"Slum gullion" or "slumgullion" or just "slum", is a term thought to have come from the
California gold rush. It meant the mud left in the sluice when panning for gold, and the
miners also used it to refer to a thin, watery stew or soup made from leftovers. The
term first appeared in print sometime around 1850. Another use for the term included
fish offal or the waste from processing whale carcasses (in Moby-Dick, which was
published in 1851, Herman Melville called it "slobgollion").

 Every recipe for slumgullion has different ingredients, which is logical since it was
originally made from leftovers. 

Contributed to the FareShare Gazette by Art; 13 February 2010.

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