I didn't realize it but, rabbit is fairly common and it is also a white meat. I figured it might taste like a gamey chicken, but…
She could have made this all in one day but did it in two. She got the meat from a favorite meat market and had to order it. First, she browned the meat in olive oil and made sure it was all cooked. Then she put it is a big pot and let it set overnight.
I didn't get a picture, but she also cooked some polenta while the rabbit was warming up. Polenta is a form of corn meal, not unlike grits, although this dish had a darker yellow color and was a little coarser grain.
Next she added mushrooms and more broth and let it simmer for a while.
(If you look real close, you can see the rabbit is on top of the serving of polenta.)
It actually did taste a little like chicken and had no 'gamey' flavor whatsoever. I guess that was because the rabbit was not a wild one, but rather farm raised and fed.
Another unique and delicious meal I'd recommend!