Welsh Rabbit


Welsh Rabbit -

Is made of dry cheese, melted with a little old ale and poured over slices of hot buttered toast. Seasoning and other ingredients, as sauces, etc., are added according to individual taste.

Many argumentative wars have been waged on the question of whether "rabbit" or "rarebit" is the correct word. Modern dictionaries give the preference to the former, but "rarebit" still has a great many energetic defenders. The term is probably a jocular hit at the Welsh, as in New England a salt cod is styled a poor man's "turkey."


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