Also by EternalSailorSol+1Ever had to block some trolls and/or some cyber-bullies, Amirite?
Also by EternalSailorSol+6No one can live in the past but modern (new) music is nothing compared to music from the 20th century, amirite?
Also about dry, oil, and lemon+56Broiled Frog Legs
Broiled Frog Legs. One dozen frog legs, one cup lemon juice, 1/2 cup olive oil, two teaspoons pepper, one table spoon salt, 1 head lettuce. Clean and skin frog legs. Scald in a little boiling water into which the lemon juice has been added. drain and dry. Brush with olive oil and sprinkle with salt and pepper. amirite?
Also about dry and oil+44Fried Frog's Legs, amirite?
Rinse the frog's legs and pat dry; set aside. In a large resealable bag, combine the saltine cracker crumbs, flour, cornmeal, onion, salt and pepper. Shake to mix. In a shallow bowl, whisk together eggs and milk.
Heat the vegetable oil and peanut oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. The oil should be about 1/2 inch deep.
Dip the frog's legs into the milk and egg, then dip into the cracker mixture until evenly coated. Carefully place them in the hot oil. Cook until golden brown on each side, about 5 minutes per side. amirite?
Also about oil+52Garlic Frog Legs
1 bulb garlic
Bunch of frog legs (given to me by a guy, Scott, who I met at a doughnut store on Sunday morning—it’s a Louisiana thing)
In a large black skillet, bring butter and grapeseed oil up to high (don’t burn the butter; it will brown when burning) — not much oil and butter, just enough to brown. If butter gets low, throw another half stick in.
When oil and butter start sizzling, working in batches if necessary, brown frog legs on both sides; be careful, they SPLATTER!!!! amirite?