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Old 08-15-2007, 09:04 PM   #1
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Rabbit

I fried up some rabbitt tonite. Here is my plate right before it disappeared.

Rabbitt,Gravy and potatoes,corn and early peas with pearl onions.

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Old 08-15-2007, 09:31 PM   #2
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Now that looks good! I’m assuming that you photographed only one plate because that one is yours…..so scoot over since I’m ready to eat!


Nice job! Very nice looking plate!
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Old 08-15-2007, 09:49 PM   #3
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So Paymaster, ya been head lighten again I see
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So Paymaster, ya been head lighten again I see
Last time I went head lighten’, the meat as a LOT bigger than that!
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Old 08-15-2007, 10:22 PM   #5
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Last time I went head lighten’, the meat as a LOT bigger than that!
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Naw I am a law abid'n citizen. The wild rabbitt was given to me by a friend and I bought one pen/farm raised to go with it. I ate the wild one and my son in law ate the bought one. Sure was good.
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I used to hunt them here. Now they are scarce. Too mnay fire ants, coyotes, etc. Also I used to raise the domestic ones but got tired of cleaning the darn things. Really good eating though!
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I enjoy rabbit, but Buck can't stomach it. I made it for him one time when we were first dating. Didn't tell him what it was. He was enjoying it until he asked me what it was. I told him.

All he could say was, "Thumper!!!!!"

That was the last time we've had rabbit in this house. Although, I've been tempted to try again under a different disguise. The only problem is that it's difficult to get here. Go figure.
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That plate sure looks good, Dad use to hunt rabbits and squirrels. Mom would fry em' up , nice memories. Thanks for sharing - yum !
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Fried up, then placed in a gravy until falling off the bone, and served over biscuits....more memories!
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