ARBA cookbook

Discussion in 'Rabbits' started by sdrew, May 25, 2005.

  1. sdrew

    sdrew Well-Known Member

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    I'm looking for a new or used copy of the ARBA cookbook which everyone raves about so much. I went to order with ARBA and they're out of them, and it will be another 30 + days before they have them in. I'm due to butcher in another week, my first batch of rabbits. So,.... Pat or Linda,.... or anyone else have a spare copy they'd be willing to sell? Let me know if you do.

    Thanks, Steve in Maine
     
  2. dlwelch

    dlwelch Well-Known Member

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    Steve, I wish I could help but.............

    :cool:

    ARBA is working on a new cookbook. According to the latest issue
    of Domestic Rabbits, it will be about 384 pages (1001 recipes) formatted
    for sale in stores. An exact date for release was not given but the editing
    is in the final stages.

    I'm anxiously awaiting the time when I can order it! :)

    Added a note:
    I remembered this site for recipes.

    http://showbunny.com/recipes_using_rabbit.html

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    Linda Welch
    http://www.texasrabbitconnection.com
    http://www.texasrabbitconnection.com/forums/
     

  3. sdrew

    sdrew Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the recipe site Linda,.... that will get me by til the new ARBA cookbook comes out. I can't wait to get it !!!
     
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  5. Pat Lamar

    Pat Lamar Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Yes, I got mine and it's HUGE as compared to the old one! Haven't really had time to go through it real well, yet, but I'm surely impressed with it! Only one category missing that I could tell, and that would be for pressure cooking. No biggie, though, since pressure cookers are better known for canning purposes, anyway.

    Pat Lamar