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Discussion in 'Hacks' started by RedMenace, Mar 26, 2009.
The rabbits have been killed
I'm a little confused. Is it one of those dead rabbits that lead to diapers and sleepless nights?
Otherwise, I really dunno.
Ah, cant beat a good rabbit stew
Are they good eating? Ive never tried it.
One of my dogs catches a rabbit now and then...
Nev, Nev, Nev, you really need to cut those apron strings and get out and do some more camping.
Mmmmh bunnies! I like them too but my wife won't let me shoot the ones that feed on our tomatoes... :huh
The other day we were sitting in the living room and heard the dog padding across the front porch. I opened the door and he walks into the center of the room and the wife asks "Whats in his mouth?" as if on que , blap, he spits a dead bunny out in the middle of the floor.
Sorry, no bunny pictures...
Oh and my hack has finally arrived and I have my doggles on order...
So is that a bunny or a poodle Dave's frying - having lived in China for a while I'm not really sure what I'm looking at!
Either way is fine with me, all tastes like chicken to me!
Looking forward to bunnies and beer
Do you rent out the dog? Nothing like a good feed of underground mutton
The wife won't let the dog go anyplace.. Its her shadow, a loving one that has a tendency to kill anything small an fuzzy it can catch...
Does deep fryed bunny taste like chicken or turkey?..... Or bunny?
it tastes good!
bunny tastes like bunny. It is a white meat with delicate flavor. Unlike chicken there is almost no fat, particularly with younger rabbits. And you want them young, around 3 months. After that the muscles start to develop and the meat gets a little stringy and tough. Mature rabbit is for stewing, bunny can be prepared in more ways. Usually want to add some moisture and avoid overcooking.
oh my god that looks like a sichuan hot-pot of bunny.
I'm living in the wrong place.