Rabbit as dinner has been slow coming to the United States, but it’s finally caught on! With our local farmers and butchers raising and selling rabbits, it’s time to learn how to bring them into the kitchen. In this class local butcher Dylan Carasco will teach you how to source local and sustainably raised rabbits as you practice butchering and deboning. You'll then learn ways to cook rabbit at home with some of his favorite recipes: lapin á la moutarde (braised rabbit with mustard cream sauce and egg noodles); rabbit galantine (whole, deboned rabbit stuffed with sausage, mushrooms, bacon, and herbs); and buttermilk fried rabbit with hot honey.
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