Michael, You could also consider rabbit stew. It can be
delicious. In France my first experience to rabbits was at my grandmother's.
Pierre, my little pet friend, was no longer around. We had him for dinner and of
course I was allowed not to have to partake of the stew, but later I learned to
love rabbit stew. [The rabbit was not their friend just mine. They had several
rabbits for food purposes as well as pigeons. We ate well. Years ago, my mother
came to live with us in California, and one day she decided to have some quail
for dinner. So she set up traps [unknown to us] and we did have a fine meal, but
we informed her in California it is illegal to do that, they are protected. We
warned her not to try catching any wild rabbits because California is
endemic for tularemia in rabbits which can be harmful to man. So that was never
tried. Didn't mean to digress.
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Sent: Friday, March 26, 2004 11:52
Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Guest Bed
>Now about their(cottontail)
bloom-munchin,soon to be
that's fwied wabbit. According the cookbook I
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