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    Quote Originally Posted by Dundee View Post
    Take the 3 off the end dinner sorted Those rattlers are fun!
    The 223 works fine but you have to aim for the head, works a treat.

    Good work there MattyP.
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    Might have to retire the .223 tonight.

    Dogs had fast food tonight. Pointed a hare then pinned it on command we were out walking so I skinned it and fed it to em on the spot.

    I am a bit naughty cause I encourage it,even though they are bird dogs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikee View Post
    Might have to retire the .223 tonight.

    Dogs had fast food tonight. Pointed a hare then pinned it on command we were out walking so I skinned it and fed it to em on the spot.

    I am a bit naughty cause I encourage it,even though they are bird dogs.
    Nothing wrong with that Mikee well trained dogs only eat on command,my labs are getting a rabbit each tonight.

    Teaching them not too chase a rabbit or hare is also a good thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dundee View Post

    Teaching them not too chase a rabbit or hare is also a good thing.
    Oh they chase em alright, I have about 2 sec to tell em otherwise, otherwise its all over
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    Quote Originally Posted by MattyP View Post
    The hare turned out well. Very tasty! Cooked for about 13hrs on low in the slow cooker with the various spices, etc. Added spuds, carrots and an onion with about 6hrs to go.

    Feels good to have successfully hunted, butchered and eaten something myself. Will have to get a load more now!

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    Good on ya Mate.. Little tip for ya is to brown the legs off prior to adding to the slow cooker, degalze the pan with some white wine for bunnies, red for hares and add to the cooker.. Also sweating your mire poix (rough chooped vegetables, onion cleery garlic carrot ect) Will give the ya dish a real boost..

    Sorry about the jargen. it's my old chef self coming out to play.
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    Yay, found an interesting hare recipe, but I will do a kitchen test first and then if it is any good, I will post it here...stand by
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    Ha, be sure to ask the butcher !

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    Hi Guys,
    With luck we will be going out for rabbits next week, first time so the kids are reading up on how to skin them and how to cook them...
    We were meant to go today, but the forecast was less than average.

    Anyway, early in this thread there is mention of soaking them in salt water or milk for ~24hours or so, what is the reason for this?

    Cheers grant

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    Helps make them less gamey and more tender.

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    if cooked in slow cooker they will be tender. I like game meat with the gamey flavour.
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    Thanks guys, i will post some pics of the results with luck...
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    my first roast hare.
    tastes not bad!

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    Yummy ah ,andyanimal31,did u put in the crockpot,yr family like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrs dundee View Post
    Yummy ah ,andyanimal31,did u put in the crockpot,yr family like it.
    na as I shot skinned gutted then seasoned then roasted all with in an hour.
    would have been better done in an oven bag so not quite so dry.
    and yep the boys ate it!

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    Had roast rabbit tonight, done in an oven bag with the veges, lots of gravy and its seriously good

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