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Old 11-17-2013, 09:15 PM   #1
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...anyone have a recipe that just kicks a$$?

I will probably just wing it, braise it in a crockpot, tomato sauce, shallots, wine, etc., but if anyone has a great recipe, I'd love to try it!
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There are as many ways to cook rabbit as there are to cook any other meat. There are some good ones for crockpots but doing a confit like with duck is a winner too. Here are some: http://www.food.com/recipes/rabbit/popular
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I was looking through some of my mags that just came in. Saveur has a whole section on duck that I bet you can use. http://www.saveur.com/?dom=SAV&loc=logo

La Cucina Italiana has some nice looking rabbit recipes: http://lacucinaitalianamagazine.com/...argets=recipes

Culinate has a few: http://www.culinate.com/search?vt=to...all#topRecipes

This months digital issue of Chef magazine has a recipe for lamb empadillas that I bet could be used with rabbit. http://www.talcottdigi.com/1113chef/index.html

Hasenpfeffer is how most people around here have eaten rabbit. I was thinking that it might be nice done in my smoker. I checked the Bradley forums and they have a few examples of people doing it: http://forum.bradleysmoker.com/index.php. I'm thinking of a sweet & sour using maple wood or a bourbon base using whiskey oak wood or maybe cherry for a straight up smoke.
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I love rabbit, very low in cholesterol, high in protein.

Is it wild or farm raised?

Rabbit Pot pie is my favorite preparation.

BTW, anything with shallots is going to be great.
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