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Swamp Rabbit and Wild Oyster Mushroom Sauce Piquant

Discussion in 'Wild Game' started by indaswamp, Feb 8, 2018.

  1. troutman

    troutman Smoking Fanatic SMF Premier Member

    Just now seeing this, totally AWESOME !! Love a good piquant and the wild mushrooms put it over the top !! Just surprised I didn't see any nutria hiding in with the rabbits ;)

    Again AWESOME Cajun meal my man !! POINT
  2. Look closer at that pic. again....;)
  3. ...And thanks for the compliments and the likes everyone!
  4. Rings Я Us

    Rings Я Us Smoking Guru SMF Premier Member

    Looks like ya put a dent in the rabbit population for a minute. :D
    Good thread. Looks delicious.
  5. Psssh...dem rabbits are inda marsh like roaches! Can't kill 'em all no matter how hard you try! 1 female can breed 3 times a year and raise 10~15 per litter....
  6. potsieko

    potsieko Fire Starter

    Better watch that Tabiola boy - he can be a handful!!
  7. motocrash

    motocrash Master of the Pit

  8. I will be making another trip down to the camp in the next couple of weeks to pack it up now that hunting season is over. We plan on harvesting some more nutrias as I want to make some nutria sausages, 50/50 with pork. I will post a thread when I make it.
  9. Tip: use a potato peeler to zest the lemon into long 3"X 1/2" strips. Then, with a pairing knife, make cuts 1/16" apart along the strip, but only 2 1/2" long leaving them attached on one end. Do all the strips this way then stack the zest to finely dice. Only use zest from 1/2 of the lemon...I just guesstimate by volume.

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