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    Frogs

    Just skinned 30 frogs
    Flower
    Salt
    Pepper
    Hot grease
    Hard to beat the simple things in life
    when the dust settles and the smoke clears all that matters is I hear the words " well done my good and faithfully servant "

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    Tastes like jumpy chicken.
    Some good eating there...dale

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    Good deal ! Dang I haven't had frog legs in a while .
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    That reminds me that I have a large bag of them in the freezer. One of our neighbors grandsons gives us one several times a year. They sure are good.
    I use corn flower instead of wheat flower.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rl69 View Post
    Just skinned 30 frogs
    Flower
    Salt
    Pepper
    Hot grease
    Hard to beat the simple things in life
    Yes! Simple but excellent cuisine. Heck, it will be at least 4 more months before we can get any of size here.
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    Last batch I did I smoked them slow over an hickory chip fire for several hours. the last hour or so I started coating them in barbeque sauce. They were very good.

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    Hard to beat when fried...then again, never had them smoked low and slow. Gotta try that sometime.

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    enjoyed catching and eating them but think that most of the attraction was in the chase

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    Quote Originally Posted by country gent View Post
    Last batch I did I smoked them slow over an hickory chip fire for several hours. the last hour or so I started coating them in barbeque sauce. They were very good.
    Thank you ! I just finished 8 BBQ frogs. They were verry good
    when the dust settles and the smoke clears all that matters is I hear the words " well done my good and faithfully servant "

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    tempura flour or smoked. If I told you how many Frogs I caught and ate in my life you would call me a liar. Grandparents had a big cabin on a river backwater that us kids hunted relentlessly. By the way if you make a slice behind the middle joint they don't move in the skillet

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    And I thought you were going to talk about one of these.

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