It’s pretty obvious that I’m done with The Weekly Stew. I had a ton of fun writing the articles/newspapers, but with Vesteria’s slower schedule writing became difficult and I lost motivation pretty easily. I don’t plan to make any more issues of The Weekly Stew anytime soon, I can hardly even get myself to play much of Vesteria, or talk on the forums nowadays.
So, I’m leaving the recipe in your hands.
- 20 red mushrooms
- 3 ground mushroom spores
- shredded hog meat thigh
- 1-2 quarts of pet chicken bone broth
- a lot of water
- 1 teaspoon of snelsnel shell flakes
- 1 scrambled spider queen egg
- 1 pint of red potion
You’ll need a large pot for the stew and a pan for other ingredients.
Start the broth in the large pot by filling it with water, a lot will evaporate or boil, so fill it a bit more than however much broth you desire at the end.
Once the water is boiling add 1 quart of pet chicken bone broth and taste the broth, if it is too watery add another quart, pet chicken bone broth is very strong so you shouldn’t need a lot.
Put in the three ground up mushroom spores and mix it well, then turn the heat down a little bit and let the broth boil.
While the broth boils a bit chop up your red mushrooms into slices and saute them. Once they are sauteed cook up your shredded hog meat thigh in the same pan, some of the mushroom’s flavor will be added to the hog meat. Once the hog meat is thoroughly cooked, put it aside and start scrambling your spider queen egg. Once the egg is starting to become pretty solid add about 5 red mushroom’s worth of slices into the eggs and continue until it is completely scrambled. Then, mash or cut the scrambled spider queen eggs into small pieces. Add the snelsnel shell flakes and pint of red potion into the broth and mix it a bit, afterwards add the mushrooms, egg, and hog meat. Mix it a while and let it boil a bit more. After about 10 minutes of boiling it should be ready to serve, enjoy!
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