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    Question cooking a bunny

    whent out today to [its a secret] and shot a nice rabbit.
    any ideas for cooking up a bunny?

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    Take a look in the Alaskan Pantry forum further down the main page. There are lots of ideas on there.

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    I highly recommend my curry rabbit recipe that is in the pantry section.
    Or cook it fried like chicken.

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    This may sound weird till you think about it, and try it:

    Hack the meat into bite sized cubes and use it to make your favorite Texas-style chili. That will convince you that old Texas ranchers invented chili for tough jack rabbits and not beef. I can tell you from my own upbringing that hard-scrabble ranchers don't eat beef. They sell it and eat the other meat that grows on their range. Rabbit makes the best chili in the book.

    Lots and lots of recipes are good, and the suggestions the others have made here are right on the money, too.

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    Crockpot with Lipton Onion Soup, Potatoes and carrots. Kinda like a roast.

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    I ground a couple up yesterday. Made some breakfast sausage and some meat balls.
    You can use rabbit instead of chicken in any recipe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joefish00000 View Post
    whent out today to [its a secret] and shot a nice bunny.
    any ideas for cooking up a bunny?

    NO....NO....Not Miss January.... My favorite bunny was Miss May 1967

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    Default thanks

    thanks for the thoughts,

    mmmmmm, cant wait to eat him.

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