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what is the best way to skin and cook a rabbit?


sapphire 22 | 1,241  
2 Apr 2007 /  #1
DO Polish people like eating rabbits and if so how do you cook them?
miranda  
2 Apr 2007 /  #2
:( :( :(
OP sapphire 22 | 1,241  
2 Apr 2007 /  #3
not your rabbit obviously :), or any of its immediate family.
miranda  
2 Apr 2007 /  #4
riiight
szarlotka 8 | 2,208  
2 Apr 2007 /  #5
One of my favourite rabbit recipes

Rabbit and Lemon Tagine

Recipe :
Peel and chop onions, crush garlic and chop herbs.
Melt butter in a large pan, brown meat.
Add onions once rabbit is golden.
Cook for a few more minutes, then remove liver from heat.
Add ginger, cumin, cinnamon, saffron and crushed garlic, then stir in 300ml stock.
Season.

sofeminine.co.uk/w/recipe/r178/rabbit-and-lemon-tagine.html
miranda  
2 Apr 2007 /  #6
I feel dizzy..........
szarlotka 8 | 2,208  
2 Apr 2007 /  #7
Is there a doctor in the house?..... or failing that a vet?

Take the rest of the day off M:)
OP sapphire 22 | 1,241  
2 Apr 2007 /  #8
im sorry Miranda.. just for the record, I have never eaten a rabbit myself...but clearly there are some that do.
szarlotka 8 | 2,208  
2 Apr 2007 /  #9
I have never eaten a rabbit myself...but clearly there are some that do.

We were very poor where I grew up :)
OP sapphire 22 | 1,241  
2 Apr 2007 /  #10
yeah, they were free werent they, so long as you could catch em..years ago my next door neighbour had 12 lovely rabbits that I used to go and groom and look after when I was a child, one day one went missing, then another..... when I asked my mom she said they had eaten them for dinner and I was traumatised.. so although Ive heard its very tasty, Ive never been able to eat one since.. anyway, must stop rabbiting on and get back to work.
szarlotka 8 | 2,208  
2 Apr 2007 /  #11
must stop rabbiting on

Hee hee..... yes back to work NOW:)
josecitomadera  
2 Apr 2007 /  #12
No no, Miranda is my friend. Don't eat her. Don't worry Miranda, I'll hide you from these folks who want to eat you.
szarlotka 8 | 2,208  
2 Apr 2007 /  #13
I have seen the light. No more shall I eat the little bunnies. Although with a nice white wine sauce.......:)
OP sapphire 22 | 1,241  
2 Apr 2007 /  #14
how about dipped in Chocolate... it is after all the time of year to be biting the heads off rabbits.
FISZ 24 | 2,116  
2 Apr 2007 /  #15
Mmmmm rabbit :)
clunkshift 2 | 82  
2 Apr 2007 /  #16
Mmmm rabbit casserole...

Its funny how everything tastes like chicken unless it has hung for a while though.

Why are rabbits feet lucky? they obviously didn't help the rabbit that lost them.
miranda  
2 Apr 2007 /  #17
You all making me hungry again!!!!!!!!!!
Szarlotka, have a mercy!!!
I really need to finish this essay "What sort of despotism democratic nations have to fear":)
szarlotka 8 | 2,208  
2 Apr 2007 /  #18
I really need to finish this essay "What sort of despotism democratic nations have to fear

OK no more food talk today Miranda.:)

Tough subject for the essay. Wish I could help but no way I'm afraid, unless of course plagiarism is allowable (which would be my route but one I'm sure you don't need to follow!)

Profiteroles with yummy chocolate sauce......:)

Oops there I go again.
hyypia 3 | 41  
2 Apr 2007 /  #19
rabbit is sooooooooooooooooooooo cute!!! don't eat them please :(
Matyjasz 2 | 1,544  
2 Apr 2007 /  #20
DO Polish people like eating rabbits and if so how do you cook them?

The best polish dish is rumored to be " rabbit pate with auszpik (don't even ask me what that is :) ) covered with cranberry sauce". Unfortunately polish cuisine is still recovering from the times of communism, where people ate what was basically available. Still, I see things starting to improve. :)
shewolf 5 | 1,077  
2 Apr 2007 /  #21
Unfortunately polish cuisine is still recovering from the times of communism, where people ate what was basically available.

Do they eat road kill there like they do in some parts of the US? :) That's when a car hits an animal and it dies on the road.
Matyjasz 2 | 1,544  
2 Apr 2007 /  #22
Hehehe... We aren't that desperate. :)

These days only the rich and hunters eat venison.
miranda  
2 Apr 2007 /  #23
These days only the rich and hunters eat venison.

I think Shewolf was talking about rats:)
Matyjasz 2 | 1,544  
2 Apr 2007 /  #24
Ewwww..... I was thinking about a deer, a moose, or maybe about a raccoon... but rats? Ewwww....
witek 1 | 587  
2 Apr 2007 /  #25
My grandfather in Opoczno use to make rabbit stew :)
josecitomadera  
2 Apr 2007 /  #26
Miranda, why do you have to write that essay?
ArturSzastak 3 | 593  
2 Apr 2007 /  #27
not your rabbit obviously , or any of its immediate family.

Thats a billion bunnies saved from the rath of sapphire :)

I have seen the light. No more shall I eat the little bunnies. Although with a nice white wine sauce.......

Mmmmmm......wabbit :)

Do they eat road kill there like they do in some parts of the US? That's when a car hits an animal and it dies on the road.

You've been to Alabama.......

Ewwww..... I was thinking about a deer, a moose, or maybe about a raccoon... but rats? Ewwww....

Oppossum????
miranda  
2 Apr 2007 /  #28
Matyjasz,
Canadian roadkill consists of: racoons, porcupines, moose, deer, black bear, Grizzly, cats, dogs, chipmonks. I haven't seen a rabbit yet.
Jose,
I am writing an assey as a part of my major in sociology:), in particular the part of my grade in the History of social theory, discussing moajor thinkers such as Marx, Weber, Simmel, Tocqueville's Democracy in America" and others...
witek 1 | 587  
2 Apr 2007 /  #29
Miranda (aspiring sociologist),

Most of the roadkill on the Canadian praries consists of gophers and deer.



shewolf 5 | 1,077  
3 Apr 2007 /  #30
Ewwww..... I was thinking about a deer, a moose, or maybe about a raccoon... but rats? Ewwww....

Yep, roadkill can be anything. There are even roadkill cookbooks. :(

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