Last nights haul, was tonights dinner. Prepared over a warm fire, on a cool, clear winters night.<br>
But did get us talking about rabbit as a meat.
Now my Nan told me stories of skinning rabbits as a girl and tucking into stew, but its not something I grew up eati g. So when and why did it fall out of favour?
Here in Queensland their classed as a pest; a species that was introduced, eats crops and can pass disease yo native wildlife. There's actually a massive fine if your caught with one alive.<br>
So why readily available, nutritious meat be so unacceptable today as it was in my Nan's generation?