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Don’t butcher the rabbit ragoût

I’ve been attempting to cook my way through the wide variety of meats available here. Butchers are almost as numerous in my neighbourhood as bakeries, and they sell an impressive variety of dead things, at least for me who expects only a North American baseline of beef, pork and chicken. 1,110 more words


Slow-cooked Festive Hasenpfeffer

I know most British families eat lamb at Easter, but either my mother was not a great fan of lamb (other than in Turkish kebab meat, I cannot recall ever having it as a child) or it’s just not the done thing in Germany. 219 more words

Rocking Recipes

Rabbit stew (Κουνέλι στιφάδο)

Let’s get one thing straight, right off the bat.  We know we will never convince those of who object to eating cute animals that this is a recipe you should try.  975 more words

Greek Food

Forgetting Oma Ostpreussen

(From my memoir ‘to Paris for lunch’)

I feel very honoured to have been asked to publish more tales about my family, so here is another one: 735 more words

Olde English Rabbit Stew

Rabbit Stew is a traditional Old English dish that has always been popular with country folk.


3lb chopped rabbit

1/2lb chopped bacon

2 chopped onions… 212 more words


Delectable deliciousness...Duluth--

BAM!  Here we are puttin’ on a major feed at our new number-one restaurant in the American midwest: a place called New Scenic Cafe on the outskirts of Duluth, Minnesota and right on the shore of Lake Superior. 300 more words


Stories are like buses

You get none for a while, then three turn up at once!

In other words, I’m delighted to report that I have three new stories coming out in the next few weeks/months.  190 more words