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Jugged Hare (Or Rabbit) With Forcemeat Balls

1 hare, jointed
seasoned flour
hare's blood, brain, liver (optional)
1/2 pound streaky bacon, cubed
1/2 pound chopped, or pickling onions
3 ounces lard
1/2 tablespoon thyme
1 heaped tablespoon chopped parsley
bay leaf
beef stock
glass of port
redcurrant jelly

Brown hare, which should first be rolled in seasoned flour, bacon
and onion in lard. Pour off surplus fat, add herbs, cover with
stock and bring to boil. Transfer to a jug (or casserole), cover
with foil, and stand in a large saucepan of hot water. Put into a
slow oven, Mark 2, 300F, until the meat parts easily from the bone.

Mash brain and liver, pour on some of the hot liquid and cook in
a little pan for five minutes, stirring. Add blood, off the heat,
and stir the whole thing into the jug of hare. Keep it just under
boiling point for five minutes. Stir in port and redcurrant jelly
to taste. Serve with forcemeat balls.

Forcemeat Balls

4 ounces fresh white breadcrumbs
2 ounces chopped suet or melted butter
about 1 tablespoon thyme
about 1 tablespoon parsley
grated rind half a lemon
1 beaten egg

Mix together, form into balls and fry in lard until golden brown.


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