Cooking and Eating

This category covers cooking and eating of rabbits.

  • Preparing Meals of Rabbit Meat

    Though rabbit hunting is an exciting sport, especially where rabbit dogs are a part of it, a major reason to hunt rabbits is for food purposes. Rabbits make for a tasty feast that can be easily prepared by using various methods. Regardless of the type of meal that suits your fancy, rabbit meat can definitely be a part of it. In addition to the thrill of the hunt and the pride associated with bringing home wild game for dinner, there are many reasons for choosing to consume rabbit. For one...
  • Braised Rabbit: Fried and Unfried

    Throughout the world, many high-class restaurants serve rabbit at exorbitant prices, but you can have your own top-notch dish through your very own hunting efforts. There are all sorts of recipes ideas for rabbit, especially when it comes to the braised variety. The following is one such recipe, and you can find the same recipe at About\'s American Food section. Italian-Style Braised Rabbit What You\'ll Need: 1 Large Dutch Oven or Heavy Pot 1 rabbit: (2 lbs.) Cut into pieces. Dried...
  • Greek Rabbit Stew

    My Mediterranean blood compelled me to share this recipe. After going out on the rabbit hunt, you may have thought of all kinds of creative ways to incorporate rabbit in your stew, but there is a way to add some flavor and sweetness toyour hunt. Many cultures throughout history have used rabbit in their meals. It is considered a delicacy in Europe, and gypsies use rabbit in their recipes throughout the centuries. You may have had rabbit stew, but how about it in the Greek tradition? This...
  1. Preparing Meals of Rabbit Meat

    Though rabbit hunting is an exciting sport, especially where rabbit dogs are a part of it, a major reason to hunt rabbits is for food purposes. Rabbits make for a tasty feast that can be easily prepared by using various methods. Regardless of the type of meal that suits your fancy, rabbit meat can definitely be a part of it. In addition to the thrill of the hunt and the pride associated with bringing home wild game for dinner, there are many reasons for choosing to consume rabbit. For one...
  2. Braised Rabbit: Fried and Unfried

    Throughout the world, many high-class restaurants serve rabbit at exorbitant prices, but you can have your own top-notch dish through your very own hunting efforts. There are all sorts of recipes ideas for rabbit, especially when it comes to the braised variety. The following is one such recipe, and you can find the same recipe at About\'s American Food section. Italian-Style Braised Rabbit What You\'ll Need: 1 Large Dutch Oven or Heavy Pot 1 rabbit: (2 lbs.) Cut into pieces. Dried...
  3. Greek Rabbit Stew

    My Mediterranean blood compelled me to share this recipe. After going out on the rabbit hunt, you may have thought of all kinds of creative ways to incorporate rabbit in your stew, but there is a way to add some flavor and sweetness toyour hunt. Many cultures throughout history have used rabbit in their meals. It is considered a delicacy in Europe, and gypsies use rabbit in their recipes throughout the centuries. You may have had rabbit stew, but how about it in the Greek tradition? This...
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