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12-20-2010 @ 11:57AM
@HelstonWe sweds have a similar dish called "Svan a lá slängstina" it's similar to yours, except reverse. You take a Swan, put a goose in it, put a duck in the goose, a hen in the duck, a dove in the hen, a blue tit in the dove, and finally you put an elk in the blue tit.The recipie is a secret, and is to be made by specialists (for obvious reasons) but totally worth it, so've heard.
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