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OCT 21 @ 19:07

by runneralps

a small and tender rabbit we had the other night with some friends....cooked in wine and many Greek herbs.....

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OCT 24 @ 14:52

by @nGoose1

Wild? It looks nice. Beautifuly brown.We had a rabbit stew last week the leftover were turned into a sauce for Pappardelle.
Get eating rabbit good people and stop eating cruel farmed chicken.

OCT 24 @ 18:55

by runneralps

it was not wild but a kind of ..lets say free range....i agree with you about chickens....its awful ...

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