Ways to Cook Rabbit

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CNECloneFan

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Has anyone ever cooked Rabbit over a wood fire, Jeremiah Johnson style? Everything I read says "no"

But back in the day...

I am curious.
 

NWICY

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Roll them in flour add a little salt and pepper, fry them in oil or butter. Ate a lot of rabbit in college it was easy to hunt them over by Boone on that public ground down by the river. A couple of us would go over there pheasant hunting and come home with rabbit instead.
 
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Anyway, like I was sayin', rabbit is the fruit of the forest. You can barbecue it, boil it, broil it, bake it, saute it. There's uh, rabbit-kabobs, rabbit creole, rabbit gumbo. Pan fried, deep fried, stir-fried. There's pineapple rabbit, lemon rabbit, coconut rabbit, pepper rabbit, rabbit soup, rabbit stew, rabbit salad, rabbit and potatoes, rabbit burger, rabbit sandwich. That- that's about it.
 

CNECloneFan

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But stewed/pan fried/baked/boiled rabbit is (probably) not much different than the millions of varieties of chicken.

I'm thinking mountain man open fire.
 

NorthCyd

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My grandma made rabbit for Easter once. It was pretty good, and hilarious.
 

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