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RarebitEdit. The word rarebit is a corruption of rabbit, "Welsh rabbit" being first recorded in 1725 and the variant "Welsh rarebit" being first recorded in 1785 by Francis Grose. According to the Oxford English Dictionary, 'Welsh rarebit' is an "etymologizing alteration. There is no evidence of the independent use of rarebit".What is Welsh rarebit?
Jump to navigation Jump to search. Welsh rarebit (spelling based on folk etymology) or Welsh rabbit (original spelling) is a traditional Welsh dish made with a savoury sauce of melted cheese and various other ingredients and served hot, after being poured over slices (or other pieces) of toasted bread or served in a chafing dish like a fondue.What is a 'Rarebit' dish?
As for the "rarebit" variation, we can only assume it was devised in an effort to appease customers angered by the fact that there was no rabbit in their rabbit. Whatever you call it, I certainly would say that any dish that marries beer, cheese, and toast qualifies as good eats.What is the difference between a Welch rabbit and a Rarebit?
Rabbit and rarebit The word rarebit is a corruption of rabbit, "Welsh rabbit" being first recorded in 1725, and "rarebit" in 1781. Rarebit is not used on its own, except in alluding to the dish. In 1785, Francis Grose defined a "Welch rabbit" [sic] as "a Welch rare bit", without saying which came first.