Irish Delight: Rabbit And Cider Stew Recipe

Got rabbit? Got cider? Celebrate the Irish way.
Mar 18, 2015 12:00 pm
Photo: Tara Fisher

Gearing up to make Irish food? Look no further than renowned chef/author Clodagh McKenna. Her latest book, Clodagh’s Irish Kitchen, updates classic Irish dishes for the global palate. Basically, you won’t be boiling any beef (or if you do, it’ll be for a good reason). Catch yourself a rabbit and make a dish that’s as authentic as it is delicious. 

Video: Hank Shaw Hunts It Down On The 'Meat Eater' Season Finale

The famed hunter/gatherer cooks up wild hare stew
Nov 7, 2013 5:00 pm

We got our hands on an exclusive clip from the season finale of MeatEaterthis Sunday at 9 p.m. EST on the Sportsman Channel. Check out famed hunter/gatherer/angler/gardener/cook Hank Shaw as he joins Steven Rinella on a Columbia Blacktail and wild pig hunt that ends in wild hare stew, a Hank Shaw specialty. 

Our Favorite Easter Recipes

Recipes for rabbit, lamb and other Easter fauna
Apr 8, 2012 3:01 pm

We love simple, delicious and seasonal spring Easter recipes with special emphasis on meat. Thank you to the holiday's rabbits, lambs and pigs. Here is how to cook you and what to pair you with.

Buttermilk Fried Rabbit Recipe

Move over, chicken!
Dec 16, 2011 4:01 pm
Buttermilk fried rabbit

Introduced in France in the Middle Ages as a game animal, rabbit became pervasive and overtook crops, providing more incentive to hunt them. King Louis XVIII became such a connoisseur of rabbit that he could tell which region of the country a rabbit was killed in, simply by smelling its flesh.

Word of the Day: Civet

Building up your kitchen vocab arsenal
Aug 24, 2011 3:46 pm

If you've got game (and we know you do), then you can make civet. And by game, we mean the small, furry kind. You know, like rabbits. What, you don't hunt rabbits? How about hare? Duck? Well then how are you supposed to make this cute, fuzzy stew? 

Guess Who's Coming To Dinner?

A fictional feast with favorite movie characters
Jul 12, 2011 1:31 pm
Edward Scissorhands eating

I’ve never cooked for more than 2 people. Me plus one.

The idea of throwing a dinner party is daunting. There are too many factors at play — Who to invite? Will they get along? Do they have dietary restrictions? What would they want to eat? Will they do the right thing and bring a bottle of wine?

Oddly enough, I can imagine how a 3-course supper is...

Dijon Mustard & White Wine Braised Rabbit

A recipe worthy of a fatal attraction
Jul 12, 2011 12:31 pm
Braised rabbit with buttered noodles
photo: dainee on Flickr

Rabbit can be decadent and delicious, especially when it is braised in Dijon mustard and white wine. On top of all of that, this recipe calls for bacon, making it even more delectable. If you just can't swallow the thought of eating a rabbit, subsitute chicken instead.


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