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Rabbit Agnolotti with Rosemary and Chicken Brodo

This delicious recipe is courtesy of chef Lachlan Patterson.

Source: The Martha Stewart Show, May Spring 2008
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  • boko
    5 SEP, 2008
    You can't really compartmentalize the rabbits for keeping and the rabbits for eating. My two current bunnies, Binky and Boko are "New Zealand Fryers" but they have great personalities. Martha's show has promoted rabbits as pets before. (My other pet - a cat - is a normal shorthair, not a stew pet.)
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  • lafayettedavid
    3 SEP, 2008
    Rabbit is another meat for eating! I have a pet rabbit too get over it!! I also have chickens and ducks who I love but I eat chicken and duck! Leave Martha alone you dorks. My answer to you all is Blah Blah Blah!
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  • MS11130599
    3 SEP, 2008
    Besides using a rabbit, this is an all day affair. Come on Martha-WHO HAS THE TIME for something like this?
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  • SOMERSIZING
    3 SEP, 2008
    Our pets are a German Shepard, a Doxie, a 20 lb black cat, and a 20 pd white rabbit, they all live and sleep together. The dogs protect the rabbit. How do they sleep together. Well if you were to go into our garage you would find the shepard stretched out with his head on the rabbit (pillow) the cat ontop the dog and the little doxie beside his belly. So sweet. The shepard also protects our little girl "Kim". Thanks for reading this. Marlene
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  • leapinghare
    29 MAY, 2008
    "jodavis", I am afraid that you are showing serious ignorance here - the only difference between "meat" rabbits and companion rabbits is that they are raised in cramped cages, factory farmed, unloved and slaughtered still young. If you wouldn't eat CAT or DOG - DON'T EAT RABBITS. Accord them some respect BECAUSE RABBITS DESERVE BETTER.
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  • RabbitWise
    26 MAY, 2008
    RabbitWise, a rabbit advocacy organization has reveived a ton of complaints about this recipe. Rabbits are the third most popular pet in the USA. Can you imagine a recipe using a puppy or a ktten? "Meat" rabbits, like other food animals, are babies when they are slaughtered. The rescued "meat" rabbit that I have lived with for the last 8 years is smart, communicative and a real character---just like my other house rabbits. For a mouthful of flesh, you'd particiapte in this?
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  • Grace08
    19 MAY, 2008
    Totally side stepping the rabbit issue, I thoroughly enjoyed Chef Lachlan Patterson as a guest and an instructor. Please invite him back !!!
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  • jodavis
    16 MAY, 2008
    Meat rabbits are not your pet rabbits. everyone has their opinion and lifestyle which is a great gift. we need to be respectful and strive to live and express it without force or offense. there is a lot we can learn from each other, good and bad, in our journey to become the best we can be. take the recipe and make it your own way- use chicken or omit the meat. me personally, this is something to order in the restaurant. this is an all day affair!
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  • aes43
    16 MAY, 2008
    You said exactly what I was going to say and hopefully more people will chime in and say the same thing. Martha you are supposed to be an animal lover! As soon as I saw this on today's show I turned the station. How disgusting and insensitive. You've certainly lost my vote.
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