Grilled Rabbit with Mustard and Crisp Bacon

Rabbit is easily found in most places in the U.S., though it will often be in the frozen food department. Try to find it. It’s beautiful meat – lean, subtle, tender, and it cooks so well, wrapped in bacon, over the coals. The by-word is slow, even cooking. Just be patient, turn it regularly and you’ll have a feast on your hands. And if you cannot find rabbit, use chicken….!

Turkish Kebab Sauce – Sauce Kebab

ASTUCE: I suggest toasting cumin seed in a small skillet on the grill, alongside your burgers or other foods that are grilling, then grinding them in a spice grinder, or in a mortar and pestle. Also, if you want your sauce more spicy, you know what to do (hint: add more spices!).

SPECIAL EQUIPMENT: small, heavy skillet and spice grinder, whisk