Random mutterings, observations, and comments on what ever comes to mind. Photos will be posted.
Frog legs? Up thar? We have frog legs down here but up thar?I'm always a wee bit scared to eat food in these places 'cause I'm not sure where the food came from or how long it's been sitting out in the sun or how it's prepared. On the other hand, I have bought stuff at the arts fair here in Ocala and I ain't dead yet. Well, some people might disagree, so I'll just say I'm still breathing! :)
Those legs go down well with lemonade, I bet. Not so sure about the gator for me though.
Never had either...
Not sure about the gator, but the frog legs taste like really rich chicken. The gator probably also tastes like chicken, but I can't speak from experience.
I think I'll stick with the lemonade!
Not the kind of fair food I usually see. Like RedPat, I'll stick with the lemonade.
I've tasted Crocodile but first time I've seen Alligator as a menu option.
The only that that appeals to my taste is the freshly squeezed lemonade!I don't get it. If everything tastes like chicken, then why not just GET the chicken, right? LOL!
unusual menu for a fair, at lease it would be in Indiana! Love frog legs, but haven't had any in years.
Unusual offering of fair food! Love the idea of fresh squeezed lemonade!
With frogs on decline world wide it seems strange to see people selling it a snack food.
Love food fairs!
never had frog legs before but i've had gator and it was pretty good!
Not sure I'd eat them now unless I knew where they came from but I LOVE frog legs! It's been sooooo long since I've had them. Used to be a place in Hammond, Indiana, that served "all you can eat" frog legs and perch - Phil Smidt's - and dessert was gooseberry pie. Yum! ;-9Have eaten gator, too, down in Florida.Thanks for your visit and comment on my sign.~Lindy
Ouch! No hot dogs around there?