Bullitt
2021-07-08T21:45:25Z
I like a good rabbit stew. Not the greatest cook myself but would like to try learn to do something like this:

Scott Rea Rabbit Stew 

Next time I bag a couple of rabbits I think I will challenge myself. Would like to learn what others do with their rabbits. Do people keep it simple/basic or turn it into something special?

I would be interested to hear people's experiences.
bugs_bunny
2021-07-11T23:36:53Z
I usually keep it straightforward enough. Prepare the rabbit (leave the meat on the bone!), cut up chunks of spud and carrot etc. Add to a pot of water, make up a bit of stock and add seasoning, and slow boil the lot.

A challenge would be good, but so far I've only stuck with the classic stew.

Rabbit meat is good for frying too, although a stew makes it into a much more substantial meal.
Bullitt
2021-07-12T09:38:56Z
Originally Posted by: bugs_bunny 

I usually keep it straightforward enough. Prepare the rabbit (leave the meat on the bone!), cut up chunks of spud and carrot etc. Add to a pot of water, make up a bit of stock and add seasoning, and slow boil the lot.

A challenge would be good, but so far I've only stuck with the classic stew.

Rabbit meat is good for frying too, although a stew makes it into a much more substantial meal.



Thanks for contributing to the thread.

Interesting username choice with the thread topic in mind! I wonder what @  Elmer Fudd has to say about this? ha.
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