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  Rabbit - LoveToKnow 1911
From the hare the wild rabbit is distinguished externally by its smaller size, shorter ears and feet, the absence or reduction of the fl patch at the tip of the ears, and its greyer colour.
The familiar name for toasted cheese, "Welsh rabbit," is merely a joke, and the alteration to "Welsh rare-bit" is due to a failure to see the joke, such as it is. Parallels may be found in "Prairie oyster," the yolk of an egg with vinegar, pepper, andc.
The rabbit is believed to be a native of the western half of the Mediterranean basin, and still abounds in Spain, Sardinia, southern Italy, Sicily, Greece, Tunis and Algeria;.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Rabbit   (1175 words)

 Welsh rabbit - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Welsh rabbit is a snack dish, also known as toasted cheese or Welsh rarebit.
Classically the cheese used in Welsh rabbit is Lancashire, Cheddar or Double Gloucester, although Red Leicester is a popular substitute.
Vivid nightmares are famously attributed to overindulgence in Welsh rabbit.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Welsh_rabbit   (925 words)

 Welsh rabbit   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
'''Welsh rabbit''' is a snack dish, also known as toasted cheese or (in a fake etymology) Welsh rarebit.
The origin of the name "Welsh rabbit" is not exactly known, but most likely is a slur.
Other variations include the American rabbit which is a Welsh rabbit topped with whisked egg whites, and the English rabbit which uses red wine.
welsh-rabbit.iqnaut.net   (420 words)

 Articles: Balderdash and flummery
Welsh rabbit is basically cheese on toast (the word is not “rarebit” by the way, that’s the result of false etymology; “rabbit” is here being used in the same way as “turtle” in “mock-turtle soup”, which has never been near a turtle, or “duck” in “Bombay duck”, which was actually a dried fish called bummalo).
A Welsh dresser is regarded as very typical of rural Wales, but is really a survival of the medieval board of the grander sort of English home, once used to pridefully display examples of ceramics and pottery, but in Wales banished to the farm and cottage kitchen as a utilitarian storage item.
As a verb, to welsh on someone is to swindle him or her out of money, originally and strictly by a bookie at a racecourse decamping with the money laid as bets without paying out any winnings; such a person is a welsher.
www.worldwidewords.org /articles/welsh.htm   (1833 words)

 Cooks Recipes | Welsh Rabbit (Rarebit) Recipe
Some say its proper name is indeed Welsh "Rabbit" because it's supposedly what rabbit hunters ate when they came home from a hard day's work.
Another explanation is that "rabbit" was a humorous term used to describe a melted cheese dish with ale, served on crackers.
It is not seen on many menus these days, but rabbit hunting or not, it's definitely a dish worth considering when the days are long and cold.
www.cooksrecipes.com /sandwich/welsh-rabbit-recipe.html   (203 words)

 Welsh cuisine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cawl is a Welsh stew with lamb and leeks.
Welsh cakes are small cakes cooked on a bakestone.
Welsh rabbit, or Welsh rarebit, is toast with cheese and butter.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Welsh_cuisine   (193 words)

 Bouillabaisse   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
I also bet nobody has ever had Welsh rabbit before bouillabaise and I will even go so far as so wager that I am possibly the first person ever to have jam roly poly after bouillabaisse.
Normally Welsh rabbit is a snacky type thing - not really a starter at all - and I can't imagine anyone thinking of having some buttered samphire on the side.
Welsh Rabbit: Cut the crusts ff the bread and toast.
www.maths.man.ac.uk /~jb/noshblog/diary8/diary4_8.html   (744 words)

 Welsh Rabbit
They claim that the correct spelling is "Welsh Rarebit" and that it does not have a rabbit anywhere in it's ingredients.
As to the misspelling, I can state authoritatively that the original, and therefore most correct, spelling is in fact "Welsh Rabbit".
"Welsh Rarebit" is a variant which was first noted some 60 years after Welsh Rabbit.
www.mj12.com /anson/recipes/rabbit.html   (149 words)

 Welsh Rabbit Stew Recipe - Recipes by Tallyrand
Therefore I am kicking this month off with a Welsh recipe, I will all this month be looking at recipes and foods that have a hint of the wilderness about them; game meats, seafoods and many other foods that can be found in the wild.
Rabbits are one of these, more flavour than chicken but not as strong as many wild meats making it a perfect introduction to many people.
Rabbit pie used to be a staple in the UK, as was this week’s recipe for rabbit stew.
www.hub-uk.com /tallyrecip02/recipe0069.htm   (728 words)

 Hunting The Welch Rabbit, Hearth to Hearth Article, JOA&C May 2000 Issue
Although the rabbits by any name boasted slight variations, the theme was the same--lovely toasted melted cheeses.
Likewise blends of mild and strong cheeses were suggested to balance flavor and meltability, and thereby approached the white and bland character dictated by the culinary ideals of the day.
In either case, most Rabbits were given a final toasting, during which the surface bubbled slightly and a lovely golden-brown glaze formed.
www.journalofantiques.com /hearthmay.htm   (1742 words)

 Welsh Rarebit (Rabbit) - Sandwiches
During these same times, it was common for “welsh” to mean inferior quality, or imply something was fake, counterfeit or "second shelf".
In a society where most people could at the very least snare a rabbit for the cooking pot, the 17th and 18th century European would sneer that a Welshman was considered so hopelessly inept that cheese melted with beer would have to suffice in the rabbit’s stead.
Traditionally, a good welsh rarebit was enhanced by the addition of wine, ale, or beer.
www.bellaonline.com /articles/art42338.asp   (633 words)

 A Novel Welsh "Rabbit" - Magic Tricks
The saucepan is prepared by having a rabbit placed in it, and the false pan put in, the lid lying loosely on the top.
Holding it with one hand, and sustaining the casing, in which is a piece of cotton or cambric, by means of the pressure of one or more fingers, it is brought on, and going with it towards the audience, care being taken to hold it high, a hat is borrowed.
Return the hat, previously taking out the handkerchief, and point out that neither are injured; and also show that the interior of the saucepan is quite guiltless of any contents.
www.magicbunny.net /tricks/s374.php   (578 words)

 The Welsh Rabbit Affair   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
He scanned the room for traps, taking a moment to transfer the rabbits to one arm, run his fingers over the door jam, and pull out a set of keys and toss them through.
The field agent slid to where another rabbit was materializing—lay expressionless for a few seconds—and then vaulted back to the floor.
Twenty or thirty rabbits milled around them in straw that was far less than clean.
www.loebelclark.com /FanfictionHub/WelshRabbit.www.htm   (7177 words)

 A Welsh View: Rabbit Face Transplant
Either they couldn't find a grey rabbit that was suitable or they wanted to use a white rabbit so that you chould see the portion of face that was transplanted.
It's the first successful face transplant in China, thus the white rabbit is likely dead (I would think that if they bothered with the white rabbit, and s/he survived, we would have another photograph).
This rabbit likely lacks this knowledge, but it still is what it is, and I find it no less disgusting.
xo.typepad.com /blog/2006/02/rabbit_face_tra.html   (883 words)

 What to Cook: Welsh Rabbit
I think it means it's a funny name either way and sounds delicious whatever it's called, so people keep talking about it, if not actually eating it.
As some recipes direct, it's possible to make a rabbit, or rarebit, without an egg yolk.
Either way, rabbit is a snack or light meal that goes particularly well with beer, red wine, or port.
www.thefoodmaven.com /whattocook/wel_rabbit.html   (218 words)

 PDXBands.com :: What Portland Sounds Like ::
Welsh Rabbit is heading back into the studio with friend and Powell House Studios owner Sean Bartley (who has done albums for King of Spain, and Welsh Rabbit) to record the band's third album.
"Welsh Rabbit is the work of enterprising Eugene-to-Portland transplants Kyle Chilla and Nick Levine.
Their wide-eyed pop is boosted by Levine's guitar work, which comes across as strong and a bit mournful, like an endearingly lo-fi take on the Cars.
www.pdxbands.com /bands/?band=welshrabbit   (239 words)

 Talk:Welsh rabbit - Memory Alpha
Keep: Janeway's grandfather made this dish for her when she was a child, and Quinn offered to conjure it up for her in Death Wish.
I happened to watch that episode when i logged in this afternoon, he says "Welsh Rabbit" and Neelix promptly asks what a Rabbit is. It says nothing of Rarebit.
Tsk, Americans, It can be prounounced as rarebit or rabbit same way you lot mispronounce Aluminium but I can assure you it's still the same thing-- 10:54, 12 Aug 2005 (UTC)
memory-alpha.org /en/wiki/Talk:Welsh_rabbit   (330 words)

 CD Baby: WELSH RABBIT: West 11th Love Letter…
With West 11th Love Letter on their heads, each member of Welsh Rabbit should be charged with six counts of Writing Decent Pop Songs With Actual Melodies.
This band puts real, honest energy (and some damn fine songwriting) into a genre that is becoming bloated with rap-rock jock metal and sissy-boys claiming to be punks.
Welsh Rabbit ignores these trends and focuses on being themselves -- just a good rock n' roll band that can craft a fine tune.
cdbaby.com /cd/welshrabbit   (531 words)

 Recipe: Welsh Rabbit with Variations
Spoon the rabbit over sliced cooked chicken or turkey breast on buttered toast.
Top with a slice of partially cooked bacon and set under the broiler until the bacon crisps.
Spoon the rabbit over bits of cooked lobster, crab meat or shrimp on rice or toast.
www.recipelink.com /gm/24/464   (112 words)

 Welsh Rabbit
Give everyone clean plates after the rabbit, then pass the fruit (apples, pears, etc.)
Rabbit should be slightly grainy -- wheel-type cheeses are less smooth but have more bite than the processed cheddars.
Start melting the cheese when you sit down for the main course; give it a quick turn with a whisk if you are in the kitchen on another errand.
www.therecipereader.com /welsh-rabbit.htm   (258 words)

 Welsh-American "English Monkey"
The dish is a modified version of Welsh Rabbit, a dish of toast in cheese sauce that has been popular in Wales since the middle ages, but became used all over the British isles under a name that is an ethnic slur on the poverty and thrift of people from Wales.
Some authors tried to ease the slur by calling this "Welsh rarebit." A related dish was known as "Scotch Woodcock."
Although there is a similar recipe for "English Monkey" in the 1896 Fannie Farmer cookbook, it is listed right after the "Welsh Rarebit" recipe, suggesting that Mrs.
www.ethnicook.com /recipes/welsh.htm   (307 words)

 TIME.com: Poisoned Welsh Rabbit -- Aug. 13, 1956 -- Page 1
In Pennant, whose wet, cobbled streets may remind readers of Dylan Thomas' "Llareggub," Elis left behind a poisoned Welsh rabbit of hatred, and a family—legitimate and illegitimate—hopelessly trying to evoke their true spirits by rapping on the tables of consanguinity.
He is an "intellectual barbarian" who wants his inheritance in cash, but stays long enough to fall in love with the Welsh countryside and to acquire pity for his twisted sister.
Humphreys acquired a Welsh eloquence in Flintshire, North Wales, where he was born, and generously distributes it among his characters.
www.time.com /time/magazine/article/0,9171,865487,00.html   (654 words)

Welsh Rabbit's clean and simple beats, juxtaposed with the hypnotic voice of Nick Levine, give this band a quixotic charm unique to the indie-pop world.
Welsh Rabbit emerged from the blossoming northwest pop scene in the late 90's, forged out of an undeniable commitment to catchiness and a tendency towards stuck-in-your-head guitar jangle.
hey there welsh rabbit, thanks for being friends.
www.myspace.com /welshrabbit   (1094 words)

 Co-op Recipe File Page
Despite its name, the Americanized version of Welsh Rarebit remains a cheese dish.
Melt the butter in a heavy saucepan or chafing dish.
Last modified: 3/16/04 This page was produced automatically from a database.
www.coopfoodstore.com /html/recipes/AmericanWelshRabbit.html   (59 words)

 Welsh Rabbit. - Recipe-For   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Here are a few ways for you to make the perfect Welsh Rabbit.
Place some slices of buttered toast on a dish, pour the Welsh rabbit over, and place in the oven for about two minutes before serving.
You Are Here: Recipe-For Home » Other » Welsh Rabbit.
www.recipe-for.com /other/welsh-rabbit-cb-recipe.htm   (349 words)

 The Epoch Times | Welsh Rabbit Through Oz-Coloured Glasses
Despite the fact that one of my Aunties is Welsh, and I visited the place on numerous occasions while growing up, I must confess to experiencing some difficulty in bringing to mind very many examples of Welsh culinary artistry.
The word “rabbit” in this connection is actually an adaptation of the word “rarebit” which is a direct translation of the Welsh “caws pobi”.
This was doubtless meant to convey a sense of anticipation and delicacy to something as apparently simple and mundane as melted cheese on toast.
www.theepochtimes.com /news/5-8-13/31096.html   (653 words)

 How to Say Rabbit   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Or...A rabbit by any other name is still a rabbit.
webpage giving you the word for "rabbit" in different languages.We've had many submissions and updates to the original page, and through the guidance of alocal linguist we've regrouped the way that the languages are displayed.
House Rabbit Society is a nonprofit rescue and education group.
www.rabbit.org /links/translate.html   (742 words)

 Classic Welsh Rabbit Recipe | Recipezaar
When all the cheese is in and melted, and sufficient ale has been added to make a smooth velvety sauce, continue the stirring, over very low heat, for another 10 minutes or so.
Never let the Rabbit boil, but keep it steaming hot.
It will thicken a little, and you should add more of the ale mixture, to your taste, as you stir.
www.recipezaar.com /171398   (324 words)

 WELSH RABBIT WITH TOMATO Recipe at Epicurious.com
Garnish the Welsh rabbit with the parsley and serve it with the bacon.
This is your personal place to write notes about the recipes, such as substitutions or modifications.
I had never had Welsh Rarebit/Rabbit before, and neither had any of my 9 guests.
www.epicurious.com /run/recipe/view?id=10667   (515 words)

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