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Also about butter+56Baked Frog Legs
Season the frog legs with just salt and pepper to allow the natural flavor of the meat to shine. For added heat or flavor, include garlic, onion and cayenne pepper to taste. Sprinkle bread crumbs on top if you like a light crunch. Alternatively, top the legs with a sauce, such as melted butter with lemon juice, butter and parsley. amirite?
Also about butter+469its nearly impossible to spread butter on a waffle without most of the butter getting stuck in a square, amirite?
Also about butter+382Santa Claus has to buy a shit load of butter before his around-the-world journey. This post has nothing to do with chimneys; he just likes butter on his pancakes in the morning because he's fat, amirite?
Also about butter+344It's kind of weird how most foods brag about how they're all natrual and there are no artificial ingredients in them, but then "I can't beileve it's not butter" comes along and starts bragging "Hey, we're not real butter, come buy from us because we sell fake butter", amirite?
Also about butter+600Accidentally mixed my I can't believe it's not butter with my real butter. Now I don't know what to believe, amirite?
Also about butter+94It's odd how butter is in a tub, and peanut butter is in a jar, amirite?
Also about butter+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?