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Old 03-25-2016, 08:55 PM   #11
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S&P, LOVE those labels! Where did you get them?
I just made them on the computer and went to a print shop to have them made.
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Old 03-25-2016, 09:00 PM   #12
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Great looking rabbit Steve. I wound up with Lobster & Shrimp ravioli and shrimp over rice w/ cheese and dill...

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Old 03-25-2016, 09:45 PM   #13
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That picture looks so wrong but so delicious Steve!
I know what you mean!
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Old 03-25-2016, 09:58 PM   #14
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...Which leads me to wonder... is it sacrilegious to eat a bunny so close to Easter? ...

If absolution is what you need, You have it. I hope you enjoyed the bunny.

I guess I shouldn't be expecting an Easter Egg delivery on Sunday.
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Old 03-25-2016, 10:22 PM   #15
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Now all I need is a wabbit!
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Old 03-25-2016, 10:26 PM   #16
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Is this recipe close Steve?

Rabbit Cooked with Dijon Mustard (Lapin la Moutarde) Recipe | SAVEUR
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Old 03-25-2016, 11:31 PM   #17
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That's very close, K! I use Elise Bauer's recipe, but it's very similar...
Rabbit in Mustard Sauce Recipe | SimplyRecipes.com

The only deviation is that I also add about 6 ounces of wild mushrooms.

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I guess I shouldn't be expecting an Easter Egg delivery on Sunday.
I'm thinking this little fella was NOT the Easter Bunny. He wasn't carrying a basket.
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Old 03-26-2016, 12:09 AM   #18
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Great looking rabbit Steve. I wound up with Lobster & Shrimp ravioli and shrimp over rice w/ cheese and dill...

Great "thinking on yer feet" save for Good Friday Joey! Yumm.
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Speaking of the Easter Bunny, I'll add a story that may be only interesting to our family. I wouldn't blame anyone if you get bored and leave by the time I'm done.

Year.. 1970. Joey, first born son was about 5yrs.old. We had a bunny in a wonderful secure cage his Daddy built in the back yard. The female rabbit was named Whisky by Joey, and one day Whisky started building a nest and pulling hair acting very odd and much like a bunny expecting! Long before the internet, I called the vet asking what was going on. The Vet said she was having a false pregnancy, and just wanted to be a mom. The best way I could, I explained to Joey that she couldn't be a mom without a daddy rabbit. Without missing a beat, he said "the Easter Bunny was just here"!
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Speaking of the Easter Bunny, ...
Year.. 1970. Joey, first born son was about 5yrs.old. We had a bunny in a wonderful secure cage his Daddy built in the back yard. The female rabbit was named Whisky by Joey, and one day Whisky started building a nest and pulling hair acting very odd and much like a bunny expecting! Long before the internet, I called the vet asking what was going on. The Vet said she was having a false pregnancy, and just wanted to be a mom. The best way I could, I explained to Joey that she couldn't be a mom without a daddy rabbit. Without missing a beat, he said "the Easter Bunny was just here"!
I hope you put extra candy in Joey's easter basket every year since. Now, before the internet, what did our coffee hit without a screen as a target.

For dinner I baked a potato with a ladle of chili on top and some grated cheese.
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