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A Delicious Rabbit Dish to Kick Off Your Weekend

By Zachary Minot on April 6, 2012

Eater visits Nick Anderer at Maialino for a quick video of his Coniglio al Forno, whole rabbit braise with olives, rosemary, and white wine. Happy Easter everyone!

From Anderer:
"The rabbit is butchered into sections - the legs and shoulders are braised with chicken stock, prosciutto and white wine, the saddle and rack are pan-roasted with garlic and rosemary, the liver and kidneys are lightly butter-basted until medium rare. The whole thing is drowned in a sauce comprised of the rabbit braising liquid, a touch of veal stock, black olives, rosemary, garlic and Chardonnay vinegar."
Source:EaterNY

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