I'm a complete hypocrite because I enjoy veal and venison. I suspect it is because I ate both as a child and didn't think about where they came from - we never had rabbit in our family but Mr Nell did.
Don't ask me what I think of you, I might not give the answer that you want me to.
In Greece, there are 2 versions of rabbit stifado and Tavernas that specialise in them. 'Kokkinista' (red) is cooked in a tomato/red wine sauce and is the one I make, and 'Lemonata' which, as you may have guessed, is cooked in a lemon sauce.
Tonight we are having beef curry. We had our 'starters'~ onion bhajis, for lunch.
It's a great pity the right of free speech isn't based on the obligation to say something sensible.
I understand people not wanting to eat certain animals, especially where there is an emotional or moral attachment, but it is strange we are happy to eat cattle, lambs, pigs, chickens and ducks etc.
I know, it's strange. I eat beef, chicken, fish, pork etc. I'm not keen on lamb but that's not because of the baby lambs bouncing around next door to me.
Itchy cat was very partial to rabbit. Some of you might remember me posting some years ago about finding headless bodies outside and a few wresting matches I had with her trying to get the rabbits off her. She was a predator.