Delicious Spicy Rabbit Heads
It’s pretty good. I think what turns off most Chinese, and myself, is the blazing hot spices they cook it in.
But even in China there is little appetite for rabbits’ meat, much less their heads, which are overwhelmingly eaten in Sichuan, a remote province long isolated by mountain ranges.
The dish is a speciality of the region, rarely found outside of a few popular restaurants in Beijing and other major cities.
“Two out of three rabbit heads consumed in China are eaten in Sichuan,” said Wang Min, the manager of the Chengdu restaurant, adding that locals were proud of the snack.