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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Pilard added: "We switched and adapted our French offerings and made it accessible for everybody, we introduced what we love such as the frog legs, the snails the foie gras and we made it universal."
The drive is fueled by one fact, something they know that many others do not: A plate full of store-bought chicken is not nearly as satisfying, and definitely not as tasty, as a basket full of deep-fried frog legs.
Menu is packed with options, including: frog legs, escargot, sandwiches, fresh Angus burgers, seafood, chicken & steak dinners, pasta and desserts!
Rounding up a couple of pounds of frog legs can either be fun or frustrating.
The 'Everglades' pizza at Evan's Neighbourhood Pizza contains alligator, frog legs, swamp cabbage, hog and python as toppings, the Daily Star reported.
Did a cleaner take it home, or even a kind-hearted member of staff, or, although skinny, did the next customer along enjoy some fried frog legs for Friday brunch?
Detroit's Delectable Past: Two Centuries of Frog Legs, Pigeon Pie & Drugstore Whiskey
Snail, frog legs and monkey brain are considered delicacies by some while others cringe at their mention.
"How about ravioli?" We did have pasta for tea, but I wished I'd bought those frog legs and challenged Rory to eat them for his supper.
"As an example Sri Lanka has a massive frog population but we never have the benefit to export them and earn some foreign revenue from these amphibians although countries like Singapore has a higher demand for frog legs we rather see our frogs dying in roadsides killed by rolling wheels of vehicles for nothing" said another industrialist Shantha Godakumbura adding that with proper rules implemented Sri Lanka can look into new revenue generating avenues for its economic growth.
Taking readers from the Leyden Jar and Galvani's twitching frog legs to modern laptop batteries, the author shows how the development of battery technology was frequently a matter of luck rather than inspiration or scientific rigor.
ANURAG Kashyap, who has been busy filming The Girl in Yellow Boots with Kalki and Naseeruddin Shah, has also been trying to take time out to eat frog legs and snails.