Medievil rabbit

Yield: 1 Servings

Measure Ingredient
1 \N Hare (Rabbit will do)
\N \N Jointed,
\N \N Blood from the Hare/Rabbit
1 pint Beef stock
2 \N Onions
\N \N Fresh thyme & rosemary
2 slices Brown toast sprinkled with
\N \N Mixed spice,
6 fluid ounce Oz red wine,
\N \N Bouquet Garni, made from:
6 \N Parsley stalks
4 \N Cloves
2 \N Blades mace
¼ teaspoon Ground ginger
\N \N Salt to taste
1 tablespoon Red wine vinegar

Discard the foot joints & any flaps of skin. Separate the flesh from the rib-cage. Put the meat in a stew-pan with the blood (or liver) & all the stock, & cook gently for 15 or so minutes. Meanwhile, peel & chop the onions, chop the thyme & rosemary & steep the toast in the wine. Remove the meat from the pan & strain the stock, discarding the liver if used. Rinse the meat in cold water. Return the stock to the pan with the onions, herbs & spice bundle. Stir in the soaked toast & wine, lastly add the meat with the rib-cage on top. Cover & cook gently for 2 hours, until the meat is tender. Just before serving, blend the ginger & salt into the vinegar & stir them into the sauce.

Serve hot.



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