Tuesday, May 06, 2008

Nursing Ponds for Frogs - American French Food

Sometimes I wonder what happens to all of the bodies that used to be attached to the yummy deep fried frog legs.

Is there a handicap accessible swamp where they all relax together. Little frog wheelchair races in the mud. Prosthetic limbs made out of twigs.

Do they feel envious of the other frogs who still have their legs? Croak out their indignation to the moon light in a stationary show of force.

If I looked into a garbage can at a French restaurant would I see it filled to brim with the rest of Jemimah?

What happens to the rest of the frog once we take the legs off?

I am guessing the answer is a well kept secret of a blender and the person selling a cheap Foie Gras.

7 comments:

oestrebunny said...

You know that had never occurred to me before, what do they do with the bodies?

I bet you they keep them and sell them to the street vendors who then dry them out and make those little purse things.

terri said...

That's a really good question. Can you find out and write a post about it? I know I could probably search for the answer myself, but your version would be much more fun.

Muffy Willowbrook said...

That's why I don't order frog legs. I can't make a frog handicap.

Kristi said...

OMG, could you possibly be any cuter?

Colette, aka Lil Sis said...

LMAO. Funny but gross Brian. I still love the way you think though.

Foster Communications said...

Maybe that's what is in hot dogs. I've always wondered....

Bill From Gainesville said...

I wonder if maybe I am missing a business opportunity in not making frog wheelchairs?