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Like its cheesier cousin, the Welsh rabbit (better known as rarebit), its name is fanciful.
The rarebits were an appropriately Anglophile snack to accompany beer and punch.
ORDER THE: Welsh rarebit, savory pies, toast with butter and jam, feta-Comté swirl, sprouted rye, chocolate-raisin brioche, chocolate bread, glazed lemon tart, and on and on—anything, basically.
Also of interest: Welsh rarebit, potted hare and pork, braised rabbit with mustard and crème fraîche.
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Origin and Etymology of rarebit
First Known Use: 1848See Words from the same year
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