- Italian Hunter’s Rabbit
Italian Hunter’s Rabbit
In the early days of Italy, the farmers in the countryside had to protect themselves from outlaws, which would attack them and rob their lands. To prevent them from doing so, many villages had built tall walls to keep the bandits outside their land. The vaults held the livestock, so when they were under attack, they still had food reserves. One popular dish in those village areas is of rabbit with olive oil and capers, or as the local call it- Hunters Rabbit.