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Old 02-23-2006, 04:49 AM   #11
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Kangaroo is a very nice meat, it has a flavour that is deliciously different.

Emu is also good as well.

And Koala, the taste and texture is indescribeable :P.

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Old 03-06-2006, 09:48 PM   #12
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grilled rabbit?

Lucky, your recipe does sound delicious!

I'm looking for interesting things to do with rabbit on the grill. My local Wegman's has just begun carrying whole (dressed) rabbit, and they weigh in at about 2.5-4 pounds each (they're also $7.50 per pound, so they're not exactly giving them away).

Should I brine/marinate the cut-up rabbit, and just grill it as I would chicken? How about using a rub? And down the line (when the weather gets a bit warmer), I'd like to throw a rabbit or two into the smoker. Has anyone here ever smoked rabbit??

you know me...I'll grill anything!


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Old 03-07-2006, 03:13 PM   #13
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treat it just as you would chicken, and you can't go wrong.........

my experience is that farm-raised rabbit meat is sweeter and less stringy than the critters we used to go after down in the meadow, and you are gonna love it!!

when i get a little time, i'll post a few rabbit recipes for the summer coals.

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