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Cast Iron Skillet Care: A Staple of the Cajun Kitchen 

Growing up, I remember everything my granny cooked was in cast iron. My mom used modern pots but she did use her cast iron skillets for frying eggs, smothering potatoes and making my favorite, pain perdu (pan-per-doo), French for loss bread, aka French toast. 235 more words


Ho Chi Minh City Marked the Beginning of My Travels Alone

Mac and I separated at the end of our Cambodia trip (I failed to previously mention that Tracy branched off to meet new friends around the 3rd week of our trip). 1,183 more words


It's Either Heroin or Parkinson's

Hey, hello there,

Let’s pretend I’ve been posting since May and nothing has changed, although WordPress looks really different, but let’s not dwell on that. 385 more words


Bizzarre foods of Thailand - Frogs or Kob

While the frog is not an uncommon dish even by western standards especially in French cooking, it is considered a delicacy in Thailand. The frog or known as “Kob” กบ in Thai has many functions and one of it as a source of fat-less protein. 575 more words


Trying out Crocodile Meat (and Frog Legs) at Matam-IH Clark, Pampanga

I never thought normal Kapampangan food includes so many exotic dishes. During my recent visit in Clark Freeport Zone, I chanced upon this restaurant that offers authentic Kapampangan dishes and more. 259 more words

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Artistic designs on the bridge

This panel on the Pont des Arts is to restrict love locks being placed, showing an artistic take on the stereotype of French cuisine with its frog legs. 15 more words


Chicago's Best of the Northwest Burbs 2: The Chubby Bullfrog Bar & Grill

Elliott Bambrough hops over to West Dundee to sample the frog legs at The Chubby Bullfrog.