Stew (see scurvy)
jon_p_noble at yahoo.com
Thu Dec 18 21:38:58 EST 2003
--- Ven <vendersleighc at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I don't believe there are rabbits in India (there
> may be some kind of lagomorphs, Jenne, as
> resident knowledge pika, can you enlighten us?)
> It was the tandoori recipe that was authentic
> rather than the rabbit! I've also remembered how
> completely unsuitable this would be for cooking
> on the open road, after catching your rabbit it
> has to be marinaded for 24 hours.
There are native rabbits in India, not sure what
species, but the domestic rabbit Oryctolagus cuniculis
originated in the western Mediterranean region of
Europe. If you are able to carry a Tandoor then being
able to marinate your rabbit for 24 hours is probably
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