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Originally Posted by Baron View Post

So hare is typically wild then? I'm not sure where to find any wild game (I've been wanting to get my hands on some wild boar) but I'll look around.

I haven't been in ages, but McCall's claims they can get anything. The price however:
post #21107 of 25376
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Originally Posted by b1os View Post

Rabbit is great in Spanish cuisine or so. It has a nice flavor and nice structure but it's definitely not nearly as "intense" as hare. That recipe sounds terrific but I can't do it for the next couple of years. Or maybe when I visit my parents for a longer time. We'll see.

No more cooking?
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I wonder if the bunnies running around Bronxville are rabbits or hare. They sure are cute.
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I wonder if the bunnies running around Bronxville are rabbits or hare. They sure are cute.
Bugs is a hare. Since Bronxville critters have Bronx accents like Bugs, they must be hares, too.
post #21110 of 25376
pretty sure bugs always referred to himself as a rabbit
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Bugs is a hare. Since Bronxville critters have Bronx accents like Bugs, they must be hares, too.

Do you write test questions for LSAC?
post #21112 of 25376
Jackrabbits are hares.
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I haven't been in ages, but McCall's claims they can get anything.

I'm sure it's cheaper from than than mail ordering from New York. I've been in recently. I can offset the splurges there with visits to Super King on San Fernando near the 2 (BTW the best ethnic supermarket I've found in LA - great selection and prices and they seem to cater equally to Chinese, Armenian and Latin American shoppers).
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Originally Posted by Baron View Post

I'm sure it's cheaper from than than mail ordering from New York. I've been in recently. I can offset the splurges there with visits to Super King on San Fernando near the 2 (BTW the best ethnic supermarket I've found in LA - great selection and prices and they seem to cater equally to Chinese, Armenian and Latin American shoppers).

Super King is funny. Some Chinese friends are sure it is owned by Asians, my Armenian coworker thinks it is an Armenian market and my Coptic gardener and one or two Egyptian acquaintances think it is an Egyptian market.
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The problem with the ethic markets are the the total lack of common culture to dictate behavior norms. I'm surprised I haven't seen any fistfights break out in there with the crazy crowding and pushing going on. I have gotten some great feta and cojita cheeses from the deli and they have a great produce section. You have to pick your spots just to find a time to brave the parking lot.
post #21116 of 25376
I usually go to Jons near my house. I have noticed that Armenians and Russians always, ALWAYS cause problems (this says 34 cents, I weighed the celery and it should be 32 cents!), Thai people are the most impatient, even more so than myself, hispanic people are the most courteous and will usually offer to let you skip them in line if you only have a few items, and Arabs, mostly Lebanese Christians in my neighborhood I believe, are always asking the employees or other customers for help. There aren't enough black shoppers for me to make any sweeping generalizations, but the store always has really good soul music playing (hearing The Charmels at a supermarket is a WTF moment).
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Just got my copy of Jerusalem- so many great looking receipes. Any suggestions on what to start with B1os?
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No more cooking?
Currently not so much, but that's not the reason why. No oven.

Today: Mozzarella di bufala & pomodoro, ciabatta, terrine de faisan aux chanterelles, a hard boiled egg and some of Chapoutier's Bila-Haut. smile.gif

@Shibbel: Indeed! I've just browsed through half of the recipes so far and have seen quite a few very promising looking ones. Main problem so far is that I don't have a good source for lamb meat found yet, and many recipes call for it. Also need a source for herbs.. supermarket is just too expensive (and sub-par in freshness). The "cod burger/tomato sauce" recipe is on my list. Other than that, I guess just have a look and see what you like. I'm sure most of them are great. The shakshuka is worth a try (although I preferred Plenty's version, but that's just me).
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lobster soup
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carrot and ginger soup since the wife can't eat shellfish
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skate with chanterelle ragout (yeah, the presentation didn't work out so well with this one. My bad.)
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kale with carrots, baked tofu, and sesame seeds. Really delicious, the dressing was basically tamari soy sauce, brown rice vinegar, siracha, ginger, and sesame seed oil
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leek fritters
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So hare is typically wild then? I'm not sure where to find any wild game (I've been wanting to get my hands on some wild boar) but I'll look around.

I haven't been in ages, but McCall's claims they can get anything. The price however:

Is McCall's one of those stands in the Farmers Market?
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