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    Lancashire Hot Pot?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lancashire_hotpot

    Never heard of it before today, but it sounds pretty good and pretty easy.

    Taters, Onions, Mushrooms and Rabbits. Some stock and a little red wine. Salt, Pepper, Rosemary and Thyme.

    We'll see later today. Put it together in the crock pot



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    Sure hope the rabbit ain't one of those nasty jacks you've got running around out there. They're tough and chewy for sure!
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    Cottontails that have been feasting on my herb garden and rose bushes all summer.

    I don't think they'd be especially tough, but we'll see what the slow cooker has to say about that
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    Brent man you making me darn hungry. I love rabbit. I think i gotta get my wife to make me some. But my bunny old george in the garden aint gonna be in it i need him to keep the NN in line.

    So how did it come out, i am drooling just looking at the pics and thinking of its taste thank goodness the internet does not have a means to transmit the nice aroma.
    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent Dowell View Post
    Cottontails that have been feasting on my herb garden and rose bushes all summer...
    Cottontails are okay, but jackrabbits are a whole 'nother animal! Darn things are nearly as tough and stringy as antelope.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim DeLaney View Post
    Cottontails are okay, but jackrabbits are a whole 'nother animal! Darn things are nearly as tough and stringy as antelope.
    Grain fed antelope is mighty tasty...but you gotta be starvin to eat jackrabbit!

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    Well, Maybe Sharon will chime in here, but it was very good. The rabbit was tender as could be, not gamey at all. I won't say it tasted like chicken, because it had a subtle flavor that was different.

    The potatoes and the broth they were cooked in really worked well for me...
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    I'll chime in. It was the tastiest cottontail I ever had. Extremely tender...I knew crock pots were invented for a reason.

    Melted off the bone. Can't say anything more...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent Dowell View Post
    I won't say it tasted like chicken, because it had a subtle flavor that was different.
    A hint of rose maybe? What else did it eat from the herb garden?
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