Definition of Hasenpfeffer
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Hasenpfeffer
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1. Southern Literary Readings by Leonidas Warren Payne (1913)
"Wiener schnitzel and hasenpfeffer. Wien is the German name of Vienna. ... hasenpfeffer is a dish made of chopped hare stewed with wine and pepper and other ..."
2. Kentucky Receipt Book by Mary Harris Frazer (1903)
"hasenpfeffer. Cut up rabbit and soak 1 hour in salt water, then cover with vinegar ... hasenpfeffer. Take a 10-pound rabbit, cut into pieces and wash well, ..."
3. Readings from Literature by Reuben Post Halleck, Elizabeth Graeme Barbour (1915)
"... who smoked a meerschaum pipe three feet long and had wiener schnitzel and hasenpfeffer for dinner every day in the week. And now Lena was quite old ..."
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