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Old 08-16-2007, 12:23 PM   #21
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Oh! It is permissable to slice a whole onion in the gravy! A can of diced tomatoes is ok at times too!! Bring on the biscuits!!
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Old 08-16-2007, 12:30 PM   #22
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Oh! it's ok to slice a whole onion in the gravy sometimes. A can of diced tomtoes is permissable too!! Bring on the biscuits!!!
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Ya gottaa have biscuits too!!!
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I think Uncle Bob likes biscuits!!! My father used to hunt rabbits, so we had it often. My Mother cooked it with onions, red wine, stock, thickened it a bit at the end. I also like it in a mustard sauce.
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I think Uncle Bob likes biscuits!!! My father used to hunt rabbits, so we had it often. My Mother cooked it with onions, red wine, stock, thickened it a bit at the end. I also like it in a mustard sauce.
Lolly, have you ever made the "bunny" on p. 115?
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Fried up, then placed in a gravy until falling off the bone, and served over biscuits....more memories!
Yep, that's how I love 'em with brown gravy over mashed potatoes and peas. Nice French roll fills the bill.
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just looking at the pics. made me sick. don't think i could eat a rabbit.




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just looking at the pics. made me sick. don't think i could eat a rabbit.
What's the matter? Thinking of Thumper?
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just looking at the pics. made me sick. don't think i could eat a rabbit.




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Then you'd be missing some delicious eating! Rabbit is lower in fat and cholesterol than even the white meat of chicken, and it has soooo much more flavor.

After I finish these thesis dinners, I'm SO over to my rabbit farmer for a couple of animals.... I have such a taste for some, right now!
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