I have some wild rabbit.
I don't want to cook them into a stew today. Stews are boring.
How should I cook them /ck/?
Yeah. I have rabbit all the time. I'm just bored of the way I usually cook them.
I'm thinking rabbit kimchi soup or rabbit carbonara pasta. Hoping an anon out there has a secret delicious rabbit secret.
Even just reading comments about how disgusting killing and eating cute bunnies can be fun.
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Only time I've had rabbit was at a restaurant in Charleston called HUSK. They wrapped the big piece of rabbit meat in chicken skin before cooking so it got nice and crispy on the outside and was moist and delicious on the inside. Served with these crispy kale chip things and some other side I can't remember. The best meal I've ever had tbqhfam
I had really good rabbit at a pricey restaurant, wrapped in bacon and with fancy mushrooms.
And don't give me that meme food bunk, rabbit has no fat on it and the bacon really improves the dining experience.
I'll have to check that out. Charleston had lots of great restaurants and really cool bars. But HUSK...... oh man. Literally had mouth orgasms with every bite. Had a house made pimento spread on toasted bread for an appetizer that made me say "wow, holy fuck" over and over lol
Chicken-fried rabbit with cottontail sauce braised in carrots.
At the last restaurant I worked in we used a lot of rabbit, probably went through 20-30 per night.
Hindlimbs and forelimbs were cooked confit in pork lard. Loins were usually used for a terrine with other seasonal ingredients or wrapped with a pork product of some kind and then roasted off. Bellies (yes, they have a belly you can remove) were cured and smoked for rabbit bacon when they weren't thrown in with the limb confit.
Spice rub for the confit was a pretty simple euro blend: coriander seed, fennel seed, mustard seed, red pepper flake, black peppercorn, and salt.
Oh, I should say that the hindlimbs were served grilled after being cooked confit on a salad of greens mixed with the meat picked from the forelimbs/bellies. The rabbit belly bacon was used in a variety of other dishes.
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