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Of Hare & Rabbit

The eating of hares and rabbits has a venerable history in Europe. Greeks, Germans, Spaniards and Britons love rabbits and hares, as do Italians in certain regions. Most of the recipes in modern usage have their roots deep in those European … Continue reading

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Of Hare & Rabbit

The hare (and in recent times, the rabbit) are a staple of many Mediterranean cuisines. The dish was presented to the island’s Grandmasters of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta, as well as Renaissance Inquisitors resident on the island, several … Continue reading

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All Hail The Easter Bunny!

Rabbits have been associated with the spring since ancient times. It is believed that the Anglo-Saxon Goddess of Spring, Eostre had a hare as her companion. The hare is an ancient symbol of fertility and rebirth and was a popular … Continue reading

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