suggest a suitable recepticle for cooking rabbits in

#1
I have just watched a vid on youtube which suggests boiling skinned rabbits for 2 1/2 hours and was thinking that those stainless serving containers with lids from the mess (usually filled with badly cooked pasta, beans or oven chips) would sit nicely on my double burner camping stove. Anyone know where I can get one from or any other suggetions as to suitable recepticles would be appreciated.
 
#3
I have just watched a vid on youtube which suggests boiling skinned rabbits for 2 1/2 hours and was thinking that those stainless serving containers with lids from the mess (usually filled with badly cooked pasta, beans or oven chips) would sit nicely on my double burner camping stove. Anyone know where I can get one from or any other suggetions as to suitable recepticles would be appreciated.
They are called "bain-maire" containers - available from any cookware shop near you. If in the UK try these people
 
#4
Are you cooking them outside on a camping stove?

They take forever to boil.... what about a small amount of water in a pressure cooker, would also cook a lot quicker.
 
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Barbarella

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#5
If you use a big roasting tin with a double layer of tin foil scrunched around the edges for a lid, that will probably work quite well. Most big Tesco type places will have them for about £10 - go for a heavy guage one as the heat will distribute better.
However if you want to go all out and splash the cash, get a big Le Creuset type casserole dish Cast Iron Oval Casseroles - Le Creuset - I have accumilated a cupboard full over the years and would be lost without them. I am partial to a bit of roadkill when times are hard and the big oval casseroles will easily fit a big fat phessie in...
 
#6
They are called "bain-maire" containers ...
I thought a bain-marie was one of those pot within a pot things, where the outer pot is filled with water so that the inner pot isn't overheated. What Mickey wants is a casserole pot.
This one looks like it might be suitable.
 
#7
If you're cooking outdoors then a Dutch Oven is a brilliant bit of kit. The best venison stews we've had have been done with one. The Dutch Oven is fantastic for making bread as well Good price at Ronnie Sunshines
 
#8
Wouldn't you be better off asking on Rear Party? Surely they'd have more experience.
 
#9
"I am partial to a bit of roadkill when times are hard and the big oval casseroles will easily fit a big fat phessie in..."



I can live with that, but can I have my daughter's roller- skates back?
 
#10
" Dutch oven " he he he ha ha fanar fanar
 
#13
..........would sit nicely on my double burner camping stove. Anyone know where I can get one from or any other suggetions as to suitable recepticles would be appreciated.
Anyone know where you can buy decent rabbit for cooking? Pissed off with supermarket crap.
 

jim24

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#14
#15
There's a Chinky Guy runs a stall on Dewsbury Market, apparently he sells really nice
Wabbits, he's that friendly he even leaves the Long Tails attached.
 
#16
You should use a tall, narrow container.

Rabbits can jump quite high, especially if they can take a run up.
 

jim24

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Book Reviewer
#19
No they don't. They are, however, mildly curious as to why you spout so much shit.
When you have the best rugby, cricket, football, Art Gallery and even A F@cking Opera house of world class all within walking distance from your gaff, some thing that no other city in the world can boast unless you into 25 milers, It's called Sport and Culture, and I love it
 
#20
When you have the best rugby, cricket, football, Art Gallery and even A F@cking Opera house of world class all within walking distance from your gaff, some thing that no other city in the world can boast unless you into 25 milers, It's called Sport and Culture, and I love it
Oh. Which operas have you seen in the last year? Were they any good?
 
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