Frog Legs

Sunday, August 20 | |

Kodak CX7430, aperture at f2.73, shutter speed at 1/60 sec., focal length of 34mm, fill-flash, ISO 100

Frog legs are a delicacy in some parts of the Philippines. Mixed with a little soy sauce and vinegar and cooked into perfection, this amphibian's limbs become a perfect food partner to hot rice and good wine.

Les cuisses de grenouille sont une délicatesse dans quelques parties des Philippines. Mélangé à une peu de sauce de soja et vinaigre et cuit dans la perfection, les membres de cet amphibie deviennent un associé parfait de nourriture au riz chaud et bon vin.


John Zeweniuk said...

eeeewww! wonderful color... really great, there is such a contrast between the reality of this image and the beauty of the color textures shapes etc. great stuff!

Emer said...

Thanks, John.

eye said...

doc, where did you buy these? :) wala siya sa palengke sa min eh.

Sidney said...

Poor frogs! I refuse to eat frog legs for that reason! I would think too much about all those legless frogs whil eating...

Emer said...

I can buy these for you, Eye. It's in a wet market near my place. :)

Sidney, they aren't just leg-LESS, they're also dead. Have a taste first of the Adobo version, and then tell me if you won't taste them again. :)

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