Thursday, April 13, 2006

Got A Bunny In The Oven For Easter?

ARLINGTON, Va. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – If you’re planning a visit from the Easter Bunny on Sunday (Apr. 16), why not serve him for dinner?

It might sound tasteless but a hunter in Arlington, Virginia, is always game to celebrate Easter by barbecuing Peter Cottontail.

Dan Kohlhepp, the author of a new cookbook, Your Dead Meat (Granite Road Press), says barbecue bunny is an old favorite “because it’s very forgiving” – as long as you keep it moist when it’s over the coals.

If that rabbit recipe doesn’t get you fired up, try having it Hawaiian style with pineapple, brown sugar and soy sauce or just stick Bugs Bunny’s brother in a crock pot with veggies and bacon.

Eating a rabbit at Easter might be a little hard to explain to kids but, luckily, none of the rabbit recipes use hard-boiled Easter eggs.

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