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What do you use for hare and rabbit? A .22? Deer season here starts in two weeks, but I'm not really interested. I'll probably go for turkey next year when the season opens in March, though.Overall Hare, rabbit, duck, geese, pheasant, Roebuck and wild boar. Only that which I can eat.
12 gauge over under. Could use an air rifle for rabbits, but haven’t gotten around to that somehow.What do you use for hare and rabbit? A .22? Deer season here starts in two weeks, but I'm not really interested. I'll probably go for turkey next year when the season opens in March, though.
Cooks Illustrated had a really good way to cook broccoli: char it basically whole in cast iron and sprinkle nutritional yeast. I'll post photos of the article if anyone is interested.
I agree that it is a great vegetable. Its only problem is its being turned into things it is not (pizza crust, gnocchi, etc. etc). I cannot get behind that.Cauli is indeed a good veg. I'll just toss with some olive oil, S&P, a little garlic powder and bake at 425. Turns out perfect every time and so easy. Cauli mash, through a ricer and add sour cream, roasted garlic, and parm cheese, is also pretty darn good. It makes a good base for shorties, etc. to be plated on.