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    World's largest Rabbit

    World's largest rabbit found in England




    That is one big rabbit!

    Of course when I was shown the picture for the first time, I immediately wondered if my crockpot was big enough. It'd make a LOT of stew!
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    One bigger than that lives in the yard behind mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChesCopPodz View Post
    One bigger than that lives in the yard behind mine.


    They should have known better than to let the rabbits near the nuclear power plants!


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    That's not a big rabbit; the girl's Thumbelina.

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    Southern Fried Rabbit

    Directions: Southern Fried Rabbit Or Squirrel With Gravy
    1/3 c. flour
    1/2 tsp. salt
    1/8 tsp. black pepper
    1/8 tsp. cayenne pepper
    1 wild rabbit or 2 squirrels, cut up
    vegetable oil
    3 T. flour
    1 1/2 c. milk or chicken broth
    salt and pepper
    brown bouquet sauce
    In a lg. plastic food-storage bag, combine 1/3 c. flour, the salt, black pepper, and cayenne pepper. Shake to mix. Add rabbit/squirrel pieces and shake to coat.
    In a lg. skillet, heat 1/4" of oil for rabbit, or 1/8" of oil for squirrel, over med-high heat until hot. Add coated meat. Brown on all sides. Reduce heat and cover tightly. Cook over very low heat until tender, 20-25 mins. for rabbit, 35-45 mins. for squirrel, turning pieces once. Remove cover, and cook 5 mins. longer to crisp.
    Transfer meat to plate lined with paper towels. Set aside to keep warm.
    Discard all but 3 T. oil. Over med. heat, stir flour into reserved oil. Blend in milk. Cook over med. heat, stirring constantly, until
    thicken and bubbly. Add salt and pepper to taste. Add bouquet sauce if darker color is desired. Serve gravy with meat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cidp24 View Post
    Southern Fried Rabbit

    Directions: Southern Fried Rabbit Or Squirrel With Gravy
    1/3 c. flour
    1/2 tsp. salt
    1/8 tsp. black pepper
    1/8 tsp. cayenne pepper
    1 wild rabbit or 2 squirrels, cut up
    vegetable oil
    3 T. flour
    1 1/2 c. milk or chicken broth
    salt and pepper
    brown bouquet sauce
    In a lg. plastic food-storage bag, combine 1/3 c. flour, the salt, black pepper, and cayenne pepper. Shake to mix. Add rabbit/squirrel pieces and shake to coat.
    In a lg. skillet, heat 1/4" of oil for rabbit, or 1/8" of oil for squirrel, over med-high heat until hot. Add coated meat. Brown on all sides. Reduce heat and cover tightly. Cook over very low heat until tender, 20-25 mins. for rabbit, 35-45 mins. for squirrel, turning pieces once. Remove cover, and cook 5 mins. longer to crisp.
    Transfer meat to plate lined with paper towels. Set aside to keep warm.
    Discard all but 3 T. oil. Over med. heat, stir flour into reserved oil. Blend in milk. Cook over med. heat, stirring constantly, until
    thicken and bubbly. Add salt and pepper to taste. Add bouquet sauce if darker color is desired. Serve gravy with meat.
    Don't be surprised if eating the giant nuclear rabbit turns you into a giant too!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cidp24 View Post
    Southern Fried Rabbit

    Directions: Southern Fried Rabbit Or Squirrel With Gravy
    1/3 c. flour
    1/2 tsp. salt
    1/8 tsp. black pepper
    1/8 tsp. cayenne pepper
    1 wild rabbit or 2 squirrels, cut up
    vegetable oil
    3 T. flour
    1 1/2 c. milk or chicken broth
    salt and pepper
    brown bouquet sauce
    In a lg. plastic food-storage bag, combine 1/3 c. flour, the salt, black pepper, and cayenne pepper. Shake to mix. Add rabbit/squirrel pieces and shake to coat.
    In a lg. skillet, heat 1/4" of oil for rabbit, or 1/8" of oil for squirrel, over med-high heat until hot. Add coated meat. Brown on all sides. Reduce heat and cover tightly. Cook over very low heat until tender, 20-25 mins. for rabbit, 35-45 mins. for squirrel, turning pieces once. Remove cover, and cook 5 mins. longer to crisp.
    Transfer meat to plate lined with paper towels. Set aside to keep warm.
    Discard all but 3 T. oil. Over med. heat, stir flour into reserved oil. Blend in milk. Cook over med. heat, stirring constantly, until
    thicken and bubbly. Add salt and pepper to taste. Add bouquet sauce if darker color is desired. Serve gravy with meat.




 

 

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