frog legs

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hind legs of frogs used as food

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Frogs' legs was the first thing that caught my eye on the menu, and I knew I had to try it out - having never eaten it before.
London, Feb 14 ( ANI ): David Beckham is set to have his favourite pie and mash shipped out to Paris to avoid eating frogs' leg and garlic during his spell with Paris St Germain.
During past few years the frogs' legs market has shifted from seasonal harvest for local consumption to year-round global trade.
There is, though, nothing to suggest that the shop, which has been in Pennywell for 31 years and is owned by Katie McMullan, gets its frogs' legs from a source which treats them inhumanely.
Abdou said: "I'm not one of these Frenchmen that's into frogs' legs and snails.
In the USA, they fancy frogs' legs rolled in cornmeal and fried.
So we left it to him to order the cuisses de grenouille, otherwise known as - you got it - frogs' legs.
For instance, several years ago, a team at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology demonstrated a palm-size device, called the biomechatronic fish, that swam under the power of muscle tissue extracted from frogs' legs.
He originally feared that yobs had cut off the frogs' legs so they could sell them to restaurants on the black market as a French delicacy.
Imports of items such as honey, snails, frogs' legs and fish are limited to 1kg.
The more adventurous may want to serve frogs' legs or snails.
Season the frogs' legs and saute until golden brown.
The recipe said you could use real frogs' legs or chicken wings.
The giant frogs' legs - cooked in butter and olive oil then sizzled in white wine with shallots - were "delicious," decided Mr Young, who said he would now consider ordering them in France.
Additional factors in&de habitat loss, manmade pollution, and humans' appetite for frogs' legs.