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Food Friday: Lime rabbit over pasta

You can’t always eat rabbit the same old way, so try this lime-infused dish with a bit of a kick. Lime Rabbit 1 rabbit, cut into pieces Salt and pepper, to taste Oil for cooking 1/3 cup olive oil 1/3 cup lime juice 4 tablespoons onion, minced 2 teaspoons dried tarragon 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon Tabasco 1-2 tablespoons flour Water or chicken stock Season rabbit with salt and pepper. Lightly brown in...

Food Friday: Grilled Rabbit with Rosemary & Thyme becomes Rabbit Risotto

Grilling rabbit is often one of the quickest and easiest ways of cooking rabbit. Young, tender meat rabbits are best for grilling, whereas older, larger rabbits are a bit tougher and should be used for braises instead. If you’re not raising your own rabbits, ask some of your local butchers if they have rabbit meat available. You just might be pleasantly surprised. This recipe combination from The Examiner is...

Food Friday: Fricassée de Lapin du Thyme

The flavor of rabbit, like any other food, often can be brought out or complimented by a special wine. Some would argue that rabbit meat should be served with soft, fruity red wines while others recommend a dry, harsh white wine. In the end, the dish you’ve prepared and the flavors you want to accentuate should determine the wine you serve. Below the recipe, you’ll find a few recommendations from wine...

Rabbit Recipes: Italian-style Rabbit Skewers

Were you starting to think that rabbit kabobs had to be boring and routine? Or maybe you just liked the kabob recipe so much from last weekend that you’re dying to try out a new rabbit skewers recipe.  No worries - I’ve got you covered. These Italian-inspired rabbit skewers are great for the grill or the oven and have a heavenly mixture of ingredients. Serve them with fresh tomatoes and Buffalo...

Rabbit Recipes: Liven up your July 4th with grilled rabbit

There’s 1000 ways to cook a rabbit and rabbit meat is tender and succulent when grilled correctly. In celebration of July 4th, why not go wild and throw some rabbit on the grill? Could I interest you in some Rabbit Kabobs? How about Slow Grilled Honey Rabbit? You can even make it in your smoker along with some beautiful brisket and BBQ ribs. Hope you have a wonderful Fourth of July weekend! Rabbit...
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