The Official "What's for Dinner" Thread!

Discussion in 'The Food Forum' started by O, Mar 28, 2007.

  1. thirty-two

    thirty-two boglehead Contributor

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    Beyond Meat burgers, German cucumber salad, strawberries
     
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    I just cooked frog (fried) legs. Never had them before......I am afraid to try them.
     
  3. MigratingOsprey

    MigratingOsprey Thank You Paul!

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    How did you cook them?

    They can be delicious.

    I first ate them as a kid - suck it up and enjoy
     
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    Dont be afraid. They are good.
     
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    Yeah they tasted like fish. Pretty good. I liked them.
     
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    For breakfast? You starting your own version of IHOP?
     
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    StreetTruckinTitan Formerly NativeAZfan

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    Love frog legs. Used to gig them as a kid down in the Coons Bluff area below Saguaro lake on the Salt. Huge frogs with legs the size of a chicken leg. Yum!
    Occassionally I still have them if we go to Pappadeaux but theyre tiny in comparison
     
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    The pappadeaux here in Albuquerque took frog legs off the menu. I guess they aren’t in demand over here.
     
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    :slap: My dad eats lunch around 11. We are an hour ahead of you guys.:cheers:
     
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    I needed to set up that IHOP joke somehow, didn't I? ;)

     
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    For the miniscule amount of meat you get from them its not worth the price they charge.
     
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    I used to go frog gigging as a kid as well. We would go in a canoe at night in the SouthFork River in my hometown. We would get tons of them. It's freaky to watch the legs twitch after they are cut off. Delicious when battered & fried.
     

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