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Really nice recipe. It was fairly enjoyable.Might I add that anyone new to cooking remember to take out the bay leaf before serving (otherwise you may be paying for someones health bill)

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WineLove July 18, 2007

all of those ideas sound great cant wait to try it this week

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unimom65560 January 08, 2007

Very good rabbit recipe. I used Merlot, turned out great. Also used pearl onions.

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Engineer in the Kitchen May 09, 2006

Excellent! I almost followed the recipe, really I did! I had planned to serve the stew with boiled, quartered, baby red potatoes, pan toasted baguette slices, mixed leaf lettuce salad, and cellar temperature chianti. I then thought what better liquid to cook the potatoes in than the juice of the stew. It was fantastic! Next time I'll boil the marinade with the potatoes in it well before step 5. The last time the rabbit was a bit over done by the time the potatoes were tender. Thanx for posting this great recipe. Pierre

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Pierre Dance July 21, 2005

i felt the shophisticated taste as soon as i read the recipe

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megha2222001 February 25, 2005

I have'nt tried this recipe yet. But from the ingredients I can tell how it will taste. The sauce will go nicely with spaghetti, and a nice red wholesome wine will go further with it. The chunks of meat on the bone will go nicely accompanied with french fries and green beans.

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l.zammit August 15, 2001
Rabbit Stew