Pasta con Sugo di Lepre

Pasta with Hare Sauce

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Recipes from an Italian Farmhouse

By Valentina Harris

Published 1995

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In Sardinia, wide use is made of Pasta Asciutta (literally translated as dry pasta, it actually means pasta which is boiled, drained and dressed with a sauce). In the hunting season, the sauces are often made with wild boar, hare or other locally shot game. Traditionally, the blood is an essential part of this dish and the ideal would be to use a freshly shot animal which you have hung yourself and which you can then skin and gut as you require. However, if you do not want to do it yourself