Skip to comments.How To Prepare And Cook A Rabbit. Field To Fork.
Posted on 08/08/2015 8:12:38 PM PDT by DemforBush
An interesting video about preparing wild rabbit for your dinner plate, from the hunt to the final prepared dish...
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BTW, the dish he makes - Lapin au Moutarde - is one of the most delicious things imaginable if it's made properly. It's rabbit slow braised in mustard-infused cream, bacon, and shallots. Kill me now!
I see all the good stuff being RUINED by Mustard!
Other than that I’m in.
My philosophy on rabbit and quail is when in doubt wrap it with bacon. :-)
"That gives me an idea."
Gladly, I will never eat a rabbit. Sorry, just something I cannot do.
What’s the longest you’ve ever gone without eating?
The local grocery store used to sell rabbit, all neatly wrapped. It was good eating. If I tried, I could have roadkill rabbit on the way to work.
OK now I’m hungry. Great vid!
Italian mathematician Fibonaccis formulas were developed to calculate reproduction rates at the family rabbit farm
Fasted for three days while in college. The next meal was an omelet of fried potatoes and eggs—it went through me like a railroad train. Why do you ask? If in a position of survival, I would eat a rabbit but I have to remember how to catch it.
"Cook, where's my Hasenpfeffer?"
I used to watch my daddy and his brothers skin
two rabbits at once, They would field dress them
then when they got back home they would slit the
legs and around the neck, then stand on the skin
with bent knees, straighten up and it was all done.
I’m not that good, got plenty bunnies around my house
may have rabbit this winter.
Oh, and my dad always made his traps out of hollow
logs, said no sane rabbit would go in a box trap but
they’d go in a old log in a heartbeat.
Miss you dad, I know you are watching, we are doing
our best to take care of ma.
All his generation, brothers and sisters are gone now
Sure glad I have the memories.
Your son, TET.
I was a great white hunter when I was a kid. I got one rabbit and one squirrel. It was my Mom who showed be how to gut and skin them. Good Moms are like that. They just know...
BUT !!! If there are parts you don’t want to eat and you want to feed pets, beware! Don’t just chuck the other entrails in a microwave and expect success. BOOM! They explode. Even if you stab and ventilate them. Damn! At least I learned how to clean a microwave after that.
Wow. That looks good!
There’s a rabbit in the log, and I ain’t got my dog.
How will I catch him? I know. I’ll get me a briar and twist it in his hair. That’s how I’ll get him, I know.
When I was a very little girl my uncle took me hunting. We ate rabbit and squirrel regularly. He also taught me how to clean one.
As long as I can afford store bought meat...I probably won’t go there again.
Disclaimer: I still love game...deer, quail and dove.
an old dead friend of mine used to make boneless breaded fried rabbit to die for
“when in doubt wrap it with bacon. :-)”
I find that is the solution to many of life’s problems. Rabbit, quail, sucking chest wounds... :-)
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