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Unread 07-01-2013, 07:40 PM   #1
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Default Smoked Rabbit?

Anyone ever smoked rabbit? I have some garden pests that are asking for it.
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Unread 07-01-2013, 07:56 PM   #2
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To lean for smoking, Grill, Deep fry, or Stew
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Unread 07-01-2013, 08:04 PM   #3
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Yeah, thought it might get tough.
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I have smoked it, not great, I agree with Bludawg. Duck was pretty good though.
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What if you wrap it in bacon?
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A touch of cold smoking could give it flavour. Probably worth an experiment!!!
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.....ahhhh, anything with bacon!

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If I do smoke it, I will wrap it in bacon.
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If I tried it I would probably brine in over night, then wrap it after it got a decent color to it. I also like the idea about the bacon, EVERYTHING'S better in bacon!!!!!
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I was always told you shouldn't eat wild rabbit until after a couple hard freezes as the livers have a parasite. Don't know for positive if it's true or not.
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Brother Kazion raises them and occasionally asks me to smoke off a couple. Brined over night, and basted with seasoned EVOO.
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Not sure if I would eat the rabbits in my back yard... St. Louis city isn't the most clean place in the world
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Just stuff the rabbit into a huge fatty for smoking. Done and done! Cut end off the fatty and you have the rabbit coming out of the rabbit hole for dinner.
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Down in we smoke them but then use them as ingredients in other dishes. Smoked rabbit gumbo for instance is really good.
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