frog legs

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Noun1.frog legs - hind legs of frogs used as foodfrog legs - hind legs of frogs used as food; resemble chicken and cooked as chicken
ranid, true frog - insectivorous usually semiaquatic web-footed amphibian with smooth moist skin and long hind legs
dish - a particular item of prepared food; "she prepared a special dish for dinner"
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Tony Blair was under the impression that we would all turn in to little Parissian's sipping red wine and eating frogs legs on pavement bistro's into the early morning hours,how wrong he was, that is not our culture.
Today's picture shows Chef Daniel Humbert serving frogs legs and Champagne to passenger John Hardman and hostess Maggie McNally after the first Paris flight arrives at Newcastle Airport but in what year?
It may require the diner to prompt the waiter: "Do you have frogs legs?" "Oui, monsieur." "Well hop over here and bring me a doggy bag."
My snail bon bons starter with frogs legs was majestic, meaty and magnificent.
The winemaker suggests pairing it with frogs legs or sweetbreads, among other things, but if those items are not on your menu, then we suggest enjoying it with chicken braised in olives, capers, onion and green bell pepper or with a pork belly banh mi sandwich.
NIGHT Then, in the evening, I'd have to head to Paris to wander the streets and maybe try some frogs legs. Probably not, though.
Judging from this, France have as much chance of winning Sunday's final as frogs legs and escargot have of replacing fish and chips on English menus!
Famed for its frogs legs and celebrated for its snails, Paris is about to get a taste of something new as UAE food industry leaders set up shop in the French capital this week.
Meanwhile, staff on the Bistro Qui stall were doing a roaring trade selling frogs legs and snails.
FROGS LEGS: Very like Thierry Henry, elusive and very French - but ultimately pure class.
And the lesson for Jessica was only just beginning - because next on the menu was frogs legs.
Offerings include a slimy sour-candy octopus marinating in a plastic pouch, a bacon-flavored Gross-Out Gummy Pig-Out Platter, and green gummy frogs legs with white candy bones--plus a tub of red candy "blood" for dipping.