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Old 11-16-2012, 10:08 PM   #1
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Fricassée de Lapin

This was a dish I made Wednesday night that was actually for Thursday night's dinner. My wife had been out of town most of the week and I decided to cook Wednesday night so she wouldn't have to come home and cook. Well she did make some rice to eat this with.
Last week while at Restaurant Depot I picked up a nice big 3 1/2 lb rabbit so I used it to make a fricassee with.This wasn't one of those raised in China rabbits. It was farmed in Canada.

I used some of the duck fat rendered from the ducks I used in last weekend's duck jambalaya to make the roux and it came out really nice.

I have to say it came out better than I thought it would. I cooked it down and then deboned it and returned it back to the gravy. This picture was before I added the roux and I forgot to get a finished product picture. It made for a delicious meal with a salad and baked sweet potatoes.



While thr rabbit was cooking Wednesday night my daughter and I had breakfast for dinner in the form of cheese omelets and grits which was very good.
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Old 11-20-2012, 02:05 PM   #2
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That looks good. I may have to build a box trap and harvest a couple of those cottontails that live in the meadow behind my house.
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Wait till after the ground has a good frost. Used to do that all the time but I used snares...
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