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Hasenpfeffer

There is an old Pennsylvania German saying, "Do is's wo d'r Haws im pef'r sits."  (Here is where the rabbit sits in the pepper.)

Ingredients:Pennsylvania Dutch Cooking from AlansKitchen.com

Directions:

  1. Skin and clean the rabbits.  Cut in pieces, place in a large bowl, cover with vinegar and water. 

  2. Let stand a day or two, adding sliced onion, red pepper, ginger, salt, and cloves.  On the third day, place the rabbit in a stockpot and cover with fresh water, add the lemon slices. (Lemon keeps the flesh white.) 

  3. Boil 60 minutes or until the meat is tender. Remove from the kettle.  Dip the pieces of rabbit lightly in flour and dry in hot fat, browning quickly. 

  4. Cover and steam gently until thoroughly cooked.

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Pennsylvania Dutch are a people of various religious affiliations, most of them Lutheran or Reformed, but many Anabaptists, non-Christian, and non-religious as well.

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