apparently a certain young boy thought it would be funny to mess with my
email and newsgroups today. He has lost computer privileges while at my
house for a week. I, myself, have not been on the computer sine 7am this
morning, and i assure you i would be the last person on earth to cook a
frog! Now, to set the passwords up on this reader. (i downloaded
thunderbird at Ann's recommendation.)
please forgive any posts you may come across. JSB, i'm sorry dylan took
u for a ride.........
P.S forgive typing skills, typing while holding baby again!
On Sat, 30 Jun 2007 20:56:08 -0700, snipped-for-privacy@THE-DOMAIN-IN.SIG
Dangit........I give. And I give after looking it up. Couldn't find
Crap, crap, crap.......I *hate* being stumped like this.
Please, PLEASE......gimme the answer!!
charlie, with no extra points tonite.....phooo
Gives me vertigo but
Fried Frog Legs
16 small or 8 large pairs frog legs
1 cup buttermilk
1 cup corn flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
Lard or oil (for frying)
1 bunch parsley, washed and dried
2 lemons, quartered
Prepare legs by cutting off backbone (if any remains) with a pair of
shears. Cut legs in two where they join. If they are fresh, parboil 3
minutes in acidulated water (1 portion lemon juice to 4 portions water),
drain and pat dry, Soak for 1 hour in the buttermilk.
Mix flour with seasonings in a paper bag, add legs, and shake to coat
them. Heat lard or oil until hot but not smoking, 375 degrees F, and fry
legs a few at a time until golden brown, 2 or 3 minutes. Fry parsley
1 minute, drain on paper towels, and serve with the frog legs and lemon
Sounds like I do, 'cept the corn flour...I use flour/fine corn meal mix
(splitting hairs, I know). I'll try cornflour next time, which may be
soon! Right time of year and all that!
Never tried the fried parsley with..sounds quite good.thanks
BTW........lard is the way to go for that just right flavor. Yeah, I
know.......you'll still be posting whilst I am scattered about the
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