Braised Rabbit

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    Sep 21, 2020 7:06 AM GMT
    went out with a mate yesterday, with ferries, and his whippets to catch Ribbits. We cleaned and skinned them, preparing to cook.
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    Sep 21, 2020 4:03 PM GMT
    Hasenpfeffer?
    My favorite dish at a German restaurant we would go to as a child.
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    Sep 21, 2020 6:08 PM GMT
    wild_sky360 saidHasenpfeffer?
    My favorite dish at a German restaurant we would go to as a child.

    Yes mate, very much the same.
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    Sep 21, 2020 8:23 PM GMT
    mmm sounds delicious. Did you prepare it
    with any kind of seasoning or special sauce topping?
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    Sep 21, 2020 9:21 PM GMT
    BigBanana saidmmm sounds delicious. Did you prepare it
    with any kind of seasoning or special sauce topping?

    Sprinkled with salt, then cover portions in flour, before browning.
    Its like a stew, it's cooked in a sauce.
    My husband wouldn't even try it, so I made him Sloppy Joe; Martha Stewart style.
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    Sep 21, 2020 9:30 PM GMT
    Sadly my husband wouldn't even try it.
    He can be strange when it comes to meat. He will eat bacon, and ham, but never Riast zpork, pork chops or anything like that. He will not touch Lamb either, when I love Lamb. He won't eat strange body parts as he calls them, so no Stake and kidney pie. No Pâté, Ox toung, or check eirher, nor pigs trotters; yummy.
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    Sep 21, 2020 11:18 PM GMT
    What's a pig trotter?

    My Dad did trick me once and when I was munching down on
    some rocky mountain oysters, and they tasted gross, he said they were BULL BALLS! lol

    Here I thought they were potatoes. lol
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    Sep 21, 2020 11:34 PM GMT
    lol, never eaten ball's, sucked on many though. Nwver eaten eyes or brains, or tripe.
    But I'll give most things a try, at least once.
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    Sep 22, 2020 1:12 AM GMT
    AussieBeef saidlol, never eaten ball's, sucked on many though. Nwver eaten eyes or brains, or tripe.
    But I'll give most things a try, at least once.


    Nothing like deep fried bull balls to put hair on
    a 12 year olds chest lol my pop loved shit like that lol
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    AussieBeef saidSadly my husband wouldn't even try it.
    He can be strange when it comes to meat. He will eat bacon, and ham, but never Riast zpork, pork chops or anything like that. He will not touch Lamb either, when I love Lamb. He won't eat strange body parts as he calls them, so no Stake and kidney pie. No Pâté, Ox toung, or check eirher, nor pigs trotters; yummy.


    That's so funny, P.
    A LOT of people are like that.
    My cousin's husband is a major hunter (Which I don't get at all), and him and his son shot a black bear and bought it home and made chili out of it.
    They had friends over who commented on how "delicious" the chili was.
    BUT.... When they found out that they had just eaten bear meat, they all got nauseous!
    It's all a mind set. Someone can savor something, but tell them what it is that they are enjoying, and they get totally turned off by the knowledge!
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    Sep 22, 2020 5:48 AM GMT
    Why I will never visit China. One never knows what they are eating, so long as it's fresh, the Chinese will eat anything. Big reason for this Panasonic.
    As a kid I love to go rabbiting.
    I prefer to do it with Whippits, as they not only catch the rabbits, but kill them too. Funny though if a beef cow was raised on the farm, then killed for freezing, I could never eat any of it.
    Now that would be classified as high quality grass feed beef.
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    Sep 22, 2020 5:57 AM GMT
    I'm glad I tried the wabbit as a kid. Always picked that restaurant if asked where I wanted to go. I'd order the frog legs all summer at a different place by our beach house. Too picky now. The Hasenpheffer could tempt me again. Did you take a picture AussieBeef?

    No way on the Rocky Mountain Oysters. I'll take your word they're awful BigBanana. Does anyone like them really? Aren't they sort of a dude challenge thing, like jagermeister shots?
    I eat so basic now. You guys on this forum get me thinking though.
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    Sep 22, 2020 5:58 AM GMT
    AussieBeef saidwent out with a mate yesterday, with ferries, and his whippets to catch Ribbits. We cleaned and skinned them, preparing to cook.


    Is that ferrets and whippet dogs? Which is better for catching them? Is it teamwork?
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    AussieBeef saidWhy I will never visit China. One never knows what they are eating, so long as it's fresh, the Chinese will eat anything. Big reason for this Panasonic.
    As a kid I love to go rabbiting.
    I prefer to do it with Whippits, as they not only catch the rabbits, but kill them too. Funny though if a beef cow was raised on the farm, then killed for freezing, I could never eat any of it.
    Now that would be classified as high quality grass feed beef.


    Agreed. Those Chinese are sickening at the way they treat animals. And I don't give two shits if it sounds racist or not.
    I saw this documentary once about all the goings on there and cringed and cried throught the whole bloody thing.
    There was this one scene where they took this poor cat and instantly shoved a long stick up its arse (while it was still alive), and burned it alive over the fucking fire.
    And that's just ONE example.
    They have robbed the sea of its most precious animals and pushed them to the brink of extinction with their insane "home rememdies" and "impotency cures" etc.
    It truly makes me sick.
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    Sep 22, 2020 9:48 AM GMT
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    AussieBeef saidwent out with a mate yesterday, with ferries, and his whippets to catch Ribbits. We cleaned and skinned them, preparing to cook.


    Is that ferrets and whippet dogs? Which is better for catching them? Is it teamwork?

    Ferrets flush the rabbits out, and the whippet, yes dog. Will catch them, and kill them.in the process.

    It's beautiful to watch them in action, and humane, as it's a quick death.
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    Sep 22, 2020 5:20 PM GMT
    AussieBeef said
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    AussieBeef saidwent out with a mate yesterday, with ferries, and his whippets to catch Ribbits. We cleaned and skinned them, preparing to cook.


    Is that ferrets and whippet dogs? Which is better for catching them? Is it teamwork?

    Ferrets flush the rabbits out, and the whippet, yes dog. Will catch them, and kill them.in the process.

    It's beautiful to watch them in action, and humane, as it's a quick death.

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    I bet. Love watching animals expressing their instincts. Like my Labradors. Every one of them that I've had would break through ice just to play in the water or retrieve.
    Or triangulate a hunt. One to flush. Another to chase. And third one to ambush. Very wolfish instincts.. never taught. Primal.
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    Sep 22, 2020 6:37 PM GMT
    I've never hunted or killed an Australian native animal, indigenous to Australia. But I am all for hunting and killing introduced exotic animals. Like wild pigs and rabbits.
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    Sep 22, 2020 10:52 PM GMT
    AussieBeef saidI've never hunted or killed an Australian native animal, indigenous to Australia. But I am all for hunting and killing introduced exotic animals. Like wild pigs and rabbits.


    Well, I can sure understand that, mate.
    Aren't rabbits overrunning your country?
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    AussieBeef saidI've never hunted or killed an Australian native animal, indigenous to Australia. But I am all for hunting and killing introduced exotic animals. Like wild pigs and rabbits.


    Well, I can sure understand that, mate.
    Aren't rabbits overrunning your country?

    In parts absolutely yes.
    To think they once paid people to release them while traveling say from Victoria, to QLD.
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    AussieBeef said
    Brian_RoXXX said
    AussieBeef saidI've never hunted or killed an Australian native animal, indigenous to Australia. But I am all for hunting and killing introduced exotic animals. Like wild pigs and rabbits.


    Well, I can sure understand that, mate.
    Aren't rabbits overrunning your country?

    In parts absolutely yes.
    To think they once paid people to release them while traveling say from Victoria, to QLD.


    No doubt. They sure fucked things up royally on that one, hey mate?
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    Brian_RoXXX said
    AussieBeef said
    Brian_RoXXX said
    AussieBeef saidI've never hunted or killed an Australian native animal, indigenous to Australia. But I am all for hunting and killing introduced exotic animals. Like wild pigs and rabbits.


    Well, I can sure understand that, mate.
    Aren't rabbits overrunning your country?

    In parts absolutely yes.
    To think they once paid people to release them while traveling say from Victoria, to QLD.


    No doubt. They sure fucked things up royally on that one, hey mate?


    Indeed they did.
    We also had some POME (Brit) Army Nob working at the Army Barack, on St Kilda Rd Melbourne, who missed the sound of bloody Strarlings, so he introduced them, to remind him of home.
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    Sep 24, 2020 1:53 PM GMT
    AussieBeef said
    Brian_RoXXX said
    AussieBeef said
    Brian_RoXXX said
    AussieBeef saidI've never hunted or killed an Australian native animal, indigenous to Australia. But I am all for hunting and killing introduced exotic animals. Like wild pigs and rabbits.


    Well, I can sure understand that, mate.
    Aren't rabbits overrunning your country?

    In parts absolutely yes.
    To think they once paid people to release them while traveling say from Victoria, to QLD.


    No doubt. They sure fucked things up royally on that one, hey mate?


    Indeed they did.
    We also had some POME (Brit) Army Nob working at the Army Barack, on St Kilda Rd Melbourne, who missed the sound of bloody Strarlings, so he introduced them, to remind him of home.


    God, isn't it amazing how one single person can change the entire natural structure of things? That in itself is so scary.
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    Sep 27, 2020 1:54 AM GMT
    Wanna snack on my bunny-hunny??

    ?u=http%3A%2F%2Fi2.wp.com%2Fwww.chinasma
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    Sep 27, 2020 2:57 AM GMT
    BigBanana saidWanna snack on my bunny-hunny??

    ?u=http%3A%2F%2Fi2.wp.com%2Fwww.chinasma


    No that would have me on.the hop.
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    Sep 27, 2020 11:17 AM GMT
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    AussieBeef saidWhy I will never visit China. One never knows what they are eating, so long as it's fresh, the Chinese will eat anything. Big reason for this Panasonic.
    As a kid I love to go rabbiting.
    I prefer to do it with Whippits, as they not only catch the rabbits, but kill them too. Funny though if a beef cow was raised on the farm, then killed for freezing, I could never eat any of it.
    Now that would be classified as high quality grass feed beef.


    You should eat dogshit. Then wash it down with bleach.

    Well faceless troll. You should take your own advice dear.