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Old 02-21-2006, 08:45 AM   #1
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Rabbit in Mushrooms

Rabbit in Mushrooms

2 rabbits, about 3 pounds each, skinned and cut up
4 egg yolks, beaten
2 cups bread crumbs
1/8 tsp. mace
1/8 tsp. nutmeg
1/4 cup butter or oil for frying or a combination of both
2 cups brown gravy
1 cup dry red wine
1/2 pound fresh mushrooms, sliced
2 Tbsp. each of butter and flour, cooked together to form a roux

Rub the rabbit pieces with egg yolks and roll in bread crumbs to
which you have added the mace and nutmeg. Fry in the butter or oil
in a black frying pan or Dutch oven until well browned. Add the
remaining ingredients and stir until thick. Cover and simmer until
tender.

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Old 02-21-2006, 12:11 PM   #2
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Lucky, do you see any reason why someone couldn't try this with an equal amount of chicken pieces? (Sounds good as is, don't get me wrong )
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Old 02-21-2006, 12:57 PM   #3
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I'd have to try it with chicken too Jessica. I like rabbit but... Safeway doesn't carry a huge collection of it.
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Old 02-21-2006, 04:40 PM   #4
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i see no reason at all why it wouldn't work..........

but you might also want to check your area for a specialty meats broker.
they raise rabbits just like any other hard-to-hunt game.

my son, daughter in law and wife had a dinner a few weeks ago worth mentioning...........DIL had alligator, son had a buffalo steak, i had ostrich and wife had kangaroo; we were in joisey at the time
.only bad review was the ostrich.
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I'd love to try all of those Lucky. There is a shop like that about an hour from here. Someday, I'll go.
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it's something you need to do once, if it's there to do........
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We talk about it all the time... but we just haven't done it yet. We will!!!
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Quote:
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i see no reason at all why it wouldn't work..........

but you might also want to check your area for a specialty meats broker.
they raise rabbits just like any other hard-to-hunt game.

my son, daughter in law and wife had a dinner a few weeks ago worth mentioning...........DIL had alligator, son had a buffalo steak, i had ostrich and wife had kangaroo; we were in joisey at the time
.only bad review was the ostrich.
Thanks Lucky and Pdswife...I was thinking this recipe (with either meat) would be right up DH's alley, though much to his dismay rabbit isn't too common in Ireland, so chicken it may be.

I love buffalo, but kangaroo would be a new one, what did your wife think of it Lucky?
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needless to say, we couldn't stay off each others' plate!!

concensus was that the kangaroo filets were the best of the lot;
buffalo was pretty much a beef- type cut, perhaps more dry (lean) but not unpleasant.
'gator was my pick of the day, except there wasn't a peice really big enough (breaded, ******!) to get a real "flavor".
nobody liked the ostrich- probably the closest thing to a beef/chicken tug-o-war that i've experienced.

EVERYBODY liked the kangaroo--- a flavor and consistancy unlike anything i've chewed and swallowed.
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I've had jerky made from Kanga and really liked it. Buffalo is one of my favorites. I've had sample bites of ostrich and always thought it was good. Gator is on my list to try.
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