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How to cook rabbit like a Culinary Olympic gold medal-winning chef

How to cook rabbit like an award-winning chef

Learn how OC’s outdoor chef does it

A couple of weeks ago I posted a video blog with my young grandson, Liam, showing you how to snare snowshoe rabbits in the winter time.  And it seems to have struck a chord, given the number of folks who have contacted me since, to tell me how much fun they’ve been having snaring snowshoes.

At the end of the video, however, you’ll remember that I challenged my good friend and frequent fishing buddy, Cameron Tait to show us how to properly prepare the rewards of our harvest.

Cameron, by the way, is the new culinary food editor for Outdoor Canada magazine and he comes by the title honestly.  Fact of the matter is, he won two gold medals (Chicago and Weimar, Germany) and four silver medals for Canada (Luxembourg, Erfurt, Berlin and Frankfurt) at the Culinary Olympics.

Pretty impressive credentials wouldn’t you say?

So, how did he score with his Rustic Rabbit recipe using one of my snowshoe rabbits?

All I am going to say is, click on the following link and watch him perform his kitchen magic, while I make him another gold medal.

Gord Pyzer

Gord Pyzer

Fishing Editor Gord Pyzer is widely regarded as Canada's most scientific angler. Known in fishing circles as Doctor Pyzer, he worked for 30 years as a senior manager with Ontario's Ministry of Natural Resources before devoting all his energies to fishing. A member of the Canadian Angler Hall of Fame, the award-winning writer is also an internationally sought out speaker, tournament angler and field editor with In-Fisherman Magazine and Television. As well, he co-hosts the Real Fishing Radio Show with Bob Izumi. Catch Gord on the Outdoor Journal Radio Show live every Saturday morning 8:05AM EST. If you're in southern Ontario, tune your radio to Sportsnet 590 The FAN AM or visit and listen live online.

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