What could be better on a rainy day than a pot of delicious homemade soup! In fact, why not have a little fun with your math and science skills by making a pot of Dinosaur Soup! As tasty as it is fun to make. It will quickly become extinct in your house.
What you need:
- 1 large Dinosaur bone—Stegosaurus or Brontosaurus will do nicely (beef bone)
- Clean sand and ground tar (salt and pepper, basil, garlic, parsley)
- 4 cut up rocks (potatoes)
- 4 cut up roots (carrots)
- 1 Fern bulb (onion)
- 1 large can of dragon fly juice (tomato juice)
- 1 bunch of leaves and stems (celery)
- 2 tsp. of ground bones (bouillon)
- 1 cup of baby dinosaur teeth (corn)
- 2 cups of fossil shells (pasta)
What you do:
- Fill one pot with some “swamp water” and add the dinosaur bone to the pot.
- Now add 1 tsp each of “clean sand, and ground tar” (salt, pepper, oregano, basil, garlic, parsley).
- Cook/stew the dinosaur bone for 30 minutes or so. Set aside.
- In another large pot, add dragon fly juice, and 4 cups of “swamp water”.
- Now add the dinosaur bone/meat, bunch of leaves and fern bulb and simmer for 2 hours.
- Cut the meat of the bone; strain the broth, and skim off any fat.
- Discard the bunch of leaves and fern bulb.
- Add to the pot, the dinosaur bone/meat, ground bones, rocks, roots, and baby dinosaur teeth.
- Cook for 45 minutes.
- Add the fossil shells and cook for another 15 minutes. You may need to add some additional “swamp water” if necessary.
- Serve and enjoy!