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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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