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    Hare Sorciere

    This recipe was sent to me by an acclaimed field trialist in Australia...to date his dog, an Epagneul Breton, is still the highest scoring dog in the field trial world in Victoria...he won the National twice and ran second in his third and final national. The dog also won numerous state championships. As it is with aging dogs, they are prone to lose their wonderful hearing...in his last trial, the venerable dog took his cue to make a retrieve by his master rolling a smoke!!


    Start by...
    cutting eight pieces out of a saddle and back legs of a goodly hare

    Soak the hare in salted water for twenty four hours.

    Rinse and then marinade for twenty four hours in

    1/2 cup of green ginger wine
    2 tbsp olive oil
    1 onion, chopped
    8 peppercorns, crushed

    Also needed

    8 rashers of bacon
    a knob of fresh ginger root
    2 -3 tbsp creme fraiche or liquid cream

    Turn the hare pieces occasionally.

    Remove the hare, drain and dry on kitchen towels. Strain the marinade and keep the liquid.

    Grate the ginger root over the pieces, then wrap with the bacon rashers.



    Place the wrapped pieces along with the strained marinade in a lidded casserole dish and cook at 180C for 2 hours.

    Remove the hare and keep hot, simmer the marinade until it thickens and add cream. Season with salt and pepper to taste.



    Serve with creamy mashed tatties...
    Last edited by EeeBees; 17-08-2014 at 03:27 PM.
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    Will have to try this next time i get my hands on some bunnies cheers Eebees.
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    That looks fantastic.
    Everything is improved with bacon even pork lol.

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    mmmm green ginger wine
    I think i need a bottle of that to marinade my self in over this crappy weather coming
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    Sorciere is a witch in French :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Friwi View Post
    Sorciere is a witch in French :-)
    It is like consuming a magic potion
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    Yum, that looks good.

    Happen to have a hare in the fridge at the moment, so I think this is going to be Sunday dinner
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    Quote Originally Posted by EeeBees View Post
    This recipe was sent to me by an acclaimed field trialist in Australia...to date his dog

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    Josh you are twisted boy oh for a comma
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    1 whole hare, deboned and cut into man sized bits. Got the heart in there somewhere as well. Just over 2 hours to go

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    Ebf, that is cool...
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    @Guypie , this is one of my favourite hare recipes ...
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    ...amitie, respect mutuel et amour...

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    Gunna give this a whirl, it looks bloody good.

    I used to have a "Fabian's Rabbit" recipe that was our staple, but can't find it anymore.
    If anyone knows it, post it please. It had lots a bacon.
    Tried uncle Google but no go. Was in an old recipe book my Grandmother had.

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    As soon as the supermarket has rabbits again i'll definitely be giving this another go. Wonderful dish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by R93 View Post
    Gunna give this a whirl, it looks bloody good.

    I used to have a "Fabian's Rabbit" recipe that was our staple, but can't find it anymore.
    If anyone knows it, post it please. It had lots a bacon.
    Tried uncle Google but no go. Was in an old recipe book my Grandmother had.

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    I think i might know the one you're on about. I believe its in a really old cullinary school manual from the 40s i have at home. Will look for you when i'm back in wellington.
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