[Sca-cooks] Rabbit meat source
kerrimart at mindspring.com
Sat Jan 20 19:59:31 PST 2007
Check your asian markets. I got whole rabbit frozen for less than $2/lb.
If you have a military base close, you might try at the commessary. In the Washington DC area, they also have whole frozen bunny.
>On Jan 20, 2007, at 7:02 PM, Lawrence Bayne wrote:
>> Actually $6 seems quite reasonable. Here I can't get
>> it for less than $7/lb.
>Wow! I seem to recall getting them on sale, whole, pan-dressed,
>frozen, by the case for $1.79 last April... That was at an outlet of
>the Western Beef chain here in oh-so-expensive New York City... it
>may be that somebody will have them on sale as Easter approaches, and
>you may be able to get a better price if you buy them in bulk and
>keep them in a freezer until you need them.
>> --- Aldyth at aol.com wrote:
>>> Greetings all.
>>> Does anyone have a good source for rabbit for a
>>> feast? I have been able to
>>> find it for around $6 a pound before shipping. It
>>> seems that the
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