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Old 01-16-2007, 11:50 AM   #1
 
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Re: Giant Cute and Fuzzy Bunnies to be used as Food!
Old 01-17-2007, 09:20 AM   #2
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Re: Giant Cute and Fuzzy Bunnies to be used as Food!

You are soooo behind the times

http://early-retirement.org/forums/i...?topic=11630.0

However, having brought that up...you may ALL eat me!!!
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Ugh. And just think, rabbit fur coats will become all the rage in Pyongyang...
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Here's another one...

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Re: Giant Cute and Fuzzy Bunnies to be used as Food!

I'm way cuter and way fuzzier than that fairly scary looking representative of the species.
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Hmmmm ... I do believe we've found Harvey at last ...

That is one big rabbit.

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Hmmm...six foot rabbit?

Might have been my little brother...
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We have rabbit here about once every week or two.

1.) Cut rabbit in serving size pieces. Reserve liver/kidneys. We dispense of the head, but if we were starving Koreans we wouldn't...
2.) In a good dose of olive oil, brown the pieces in a large chef's pan or frying pan that has a cover you can put on later. When it's almost as brown as you want it, add a couple cloves of (peeled) smashed garlic.
3.) When the pieces are browned, add about 1/2c -3/4c. cider vinegar and a couple big sprigs of rosemary, bit of pepper and salt. Cover and put on low heat, just barely simmering, for 45 min.- 1.hr. If the cover isn't tight and it gets too dry, add a bit of extra water or vinegar. At the end you should have just a hint of liquid and the rabbit will have a nice, almost caramelized, coating.
4.) If your OH wants the liver/kidneys you can saute them up separately near the end and give them a bit of the sauce. Otherwise they could be a good treat for your dog or cat.

"Regular"-size rabbit yields about 4 servings, so that's 2 meals for us.

Tastes like chicken! (Well, actually, it's a bit yummier.) Low in fat/cholesterol.

A second classic recipe uses olives, a third dessert wine and dried prunes/raisins.. Also popular around here during the hunting season is a ragu' made from wild hare.
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Don't show that recipe to Mrs CFB!
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Tastes like chicken! (Well, actually, it's a bit yummier.) Low in fat/cholesterol.
I remember it tasting somewhat sweeter/tangier than chicken. But it has been a while.
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Good opportunity McBunny's. Eight bunny burgers please and super size it
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I remember it tasting somewhat sweeter/tangier than chicken. But it has been a while.
I so very much want to do the joke, but I think i'll have to abstain. I'm sorry. You'll have to make your own joke.
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A second classic recipe uses olives, a third dessert wine and dried prunes/raisins.. Also popular around here during the hunting season is a ragu' made from wild hare.
Our bunny (cleverly named "Peter" for you anthropomorphs) thinks rosemary & raisins are yummy!

Our kid has officially banned household hausenpfeffer jokes. I think when this one goes to his great reward he's going to be buried deep under the mango tree...
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Any opinions/experience with rabbit meat in a crock pot?
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A European friend drove me up this incredibly steep, windy mountain road in a valley north of Milan to a restaurant perched at the top of a cirque. They served an incredible meal of venison and rabbit, with appetizers, wines, fruit, cheeses, and salads as accompaniments. A truly memorable meal in a memorable place. When I got home I told my kids that I'd had Bambi and Thumper for dinner!
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Close. Increased spending on the same lifestyle = inflation.
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