Sean Rembold, the executive chef of Marlow & Sons in Williamsburg, assures you that butchering a rabbit shouldn't be too tough—it's kind of like butchering a chicken. In these two videos from documentarian Liza de Guia's Food Curated, Rembold goes through the steps of taking apart the animal, then makes a sizzling pan of rabbit cacciatore (essentially just coq au vin with rabbit).
'rabbits' on Serious Eats
John Fazio in Modena, New York, raises ducks as well as fresh rabbits. In this episode of Food Curated, documentarian Liza de Guia visits his bunny haven, where about 2,000 of them (ranging from babies to does) live. Watch the video to see how a local, fresh rabbit farm operates.
Photograph by Michele Humes If your first reaction to this photo isn't, "BUUUNNNNIIIIIESS!!! AHHHH!!! EEEEHEEHEE! BUNNIIIESS!!!" then something's wrong with you. Because that was my reaction, and God knows I'm the definition of normalcy. These rabbits, Brodsky and Peanut, belong to Michele Humes of the food blog Fine Furious Life. In an entry about innate likes and dislikes with food, she explains that while Brodsky loves carrots, Peanut won't touch them. Michele's dislikes include floral note, tarragon, and fennel. I would try to think of my own, but I'm too distracted by the adorably fluffy bunnies....