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Got Rabbit?

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How often does rabbit make it to your table?

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Rabbit meat is showing up in grocery stores near us – is it in your store, too?

We’re thinking of doing some rabbit recipes in the near future, and we want your feedback.  Are you interested in cooking and eating rabbit?  And if you are, can you find it in your area?  It’s available in one of our big chain grocery stores here in Connecticut, but still, it’s not easy to find if you don’t know where to look.

Please help us out by posting a comment telling us know how you feel about rabbit, whether it’s available to you, and where in the country you live. It would also help us to know whether you’re in a rural, suburban, or urban area.

Thanks!

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    AtomHeart | 04/13/2011

    Just found a butcher that offers rabbit here in Denver Colorado. I would love to see some recipes out of your test kitchen!!

  • Torontofoodie | 02/10/2011

    Yes, I would love to see more rabbit recipes. Being northern Italian we grew up eating rabbit in wonderful braises accompanied by polenta. Delicious! I do make it for my family, and would like more recipes. Also, I would love some recipes for pheasant.

  • zmillion | 02/05/2011

    Heck NO.

  • Cloverfield | 01/10/2011

    Rabbit is available, frozen, in my grocery store in the SF Bay Area. I only have two recipies, and I'm fixing one of them today. I would appreciate if Fine Cooking would do an article, with recipes for rabbit.

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