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A method of cooking hare, whereby it is first steeped in wine and aromatics - so it"s both flavoured and tenderised. This was possibly originally done in a jug or pot, which was held within a larger kettle of boiling water, during cooking (like a bain marie), hence the name. See 'Bain marie'
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