Dinners that involved: Rabbit

Guinea Pigs at Urumabma

Six Courses and a Guinea Pig at Urubamba

December 6th, 2012

The Gastronauts head to Queen’s elegant Urubamba for some Peruvian ceviche and Guinea Pigs

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RESTAURANT: URUBAMBA

Los Angeles Gastronauts cook up some nutria.

LA Cajun Feast at Villains

January 22nd, 2012

This month we tracked down nutria from the swamps of Louisiana for a Cajun Feast cooked by a New Orleans-raised chef from Gordan Ramsay’s empire. Hell yeah!

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RESTAURANT: VILLAINS

Chef Jacques Gautier preparing Beaver Tail for the Gastronauts

Beaver Tail at Palo Santo (with a visit from D.O.H.)

June 14th, 2011

The Gastronauts head out to Palo Santo again, this time to eat Beaver Tail and other wild delectables. Not even a visit from the Health Department can stop this dinner.

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RESTAURANT: PALO SANTO

The most delicious Goat Brains at Southern Spice

Back to Southern Spice

April 5th, 2011

We just can’t help ourselves: We have to go back to Southern Spice for seconds. Chef Sridhar Mani Ratnam’s Goat Brains are just about as perfect as can be.

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RESTAURANT: SOUTHERN SPICE

Wild and Crazy Feast at Zlata Praha

Wild and Crazy Feast at Zlata Praha

May 4th, 2010

The owner, Suchanek, proudly claims that his is the only Slovak and Czech restaurant in the city, and who are we to call out an armed Central European? He’ll prove it to us by cooking up a traditional game feast, featuring rabbits, wild boar, and all kinds of venison parts.

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RESTAURANT: ZLATA PRAHA

A Dinner at Southern Spice

Goat Brains at Southern Spice

November 10th, 2009

We found a gem of a restaurant, owned by Sridhar, a friend of a friend, and we’re taking it over. He’s doing us a favor and cooking up some amazing dishes—from scrambled shark to goat brain. It’s a real favor: The food is spectacular.

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RESTAURANT: SOUTHERN SPICE

Sichuan at Little Pepper

Sichuan At Little Pepper

November 11th, 2008

Hard to believe that after two-and-a-half years of eating our way around this town we haven’t yet landed in a Sichuan restaurant. Our bad. We hit the best Sichuan place we know.

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RESTAURANT: LITTLE PEPPER

A Game Feast at Henry's End

A Game Fest at Henry’s End

October 7th, 2008

Hungry Gastronauts, It’s finally fall and that means hunting season is upon us. Not that most of us know anything about that…other than it involves wearing orange vests and looking down the barrel of a rifle. What we do know is how to eat what others have dragged out of the woods, strapped to the […]

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RESTAURANT: HENRY'S END