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    What a croc!

    have to admit it, I am partial to a bit of Crocodile meat, so when I paid my first visit to Makro today and spotted some nice looking Croc Steaks I snapped them up (get the joke? )
    I popped it the Fridge as I had already planned tonites culinary delights. My ol' lady came home and popped some bony arsed fish she had just purchased, in the same fridge and hauls out my nice steak.
    "Whats this?" I replied its Croc, "whats it for?", Its for eating ya dumb bitch. "Eeeeeeh You eat that?"
    This coming from a women who will happily eat a bug thats just crawled off a pile of Buffalo shit. Or will chomp on a chickens foot that has spent its whole existance stomping around in its own droppings.
    So she is astounded that I would eat perfectly good fare such as a nice white croc steak.
    There can’t be good living where there is not good drinking

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    mate - would u rather feed her on prime ribe (means less fer u!) or some 30 baht packet of bugs from a vendor!

    be thankful!

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    How do you cook the croc?

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    fried, rare,

    only way to go really!

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    I just told my wife to pick some up from macro tomorrow.... if it's at a sale price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon View Post
    I just told my wife to pick some up from macro tomorrow.... if it's at a sale price.
    mate i know ur lieing, anyone that gives up alcohol is abt 1 post away from becomgin vegetarian and then about 2 posts away from becoming gay....

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    This post is hidden because Kingwillyhggtb is well and truly on your ignore list and rightly so.

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    WHAT?

    did some teetotaller, vegetarian gayboy say something??

    tell him/her to speak up will ya!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon View Post
    This post is hidden because Kingwillyhggtb is well and truly on your ignore list and rightly so.
    he said..

    mate i know ur lieing, anyone that gives up alcohol is abt 1 post away from becomgin vegetarian and then about 2 posts away from becoming gay....
    I agree.next thing you will be wearing a kaftan and hugging trees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingwillyhggtb
    mate i know ur lieing, anyone that gives up alcohol is abt 1 post away from becomgin vegetarian and then about 2 posts away from becoming gay....
    I reckon this is some form of entrapment.
    You knew I couldn't pass up the opportunity to point out your woeful English.

    from the school of asian women text messaging.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Chuchok View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon View Post
    This post is hidden because Kingwillyhggtb is well and truly on your ignore list and rightly so.
    he said..

    mate i know ur lieing, anyone that gives up alcohol is abt 1 post away from becomgin vegetarian and then about 2 posts away from becoming gay....
    I agree.next thing you will be wearing a kaftan and hugging trees.

    greens for yu bro!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by kingwillyhggtb
    mate i know ur lieing, anyone that gives up alcohol is abt 1 post away from becomgin vegetarian and then about 2 posts away from becoming gay....
    I reckon this is some form of entrapment.
    You knew I couldn't pass up the opportunity to point out your woeful English.

    from the school of asian women text messaging.

    no entrapment mate - you walk right into it!

    ok ok on a serious note - i'm back in town next month, wanna meet up fer a drink??

    PM if u serious and not really as gay as ur online persona....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Chuchok View Post
    How do you cook the croc?
    Back to the subject at hand...

    I haven't cooked croc, only alligator (more than plentiful in southeast U.S. now).

    I prefer it cut into small chunks, about 1-1/2", deep fried. Then serve as appetizers with a dijon mustard sauce for dipping. Cold beer.

    There will be lots and lots of it served in New Orleans today and tomorrow -- Mardi Gras is in high gear.

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    hmmmmmmm

    msake me hungry!

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    Is it expensive?

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    Ate gator once. tasted like muddy catfish and frog combined. once was enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by friscofrankie View Post
    Ate gator once. tasted like muddy catfish and frog combined. once was enough.
    But I LIKE catfish AND frog legs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon View Post
    Is it expensive?
    Gator meat is expensive. Any time anyone in the U.S. can figure out how to position food as exotic, the price goes up.

    Here's a funny story -- before Hurricane Katrina, there was a gator farm about 10 miles from my hometown. They were raised for hides and meat in a low-lying, swampy area enclosed by chainlink fencing. The hurricane surge raised the water level so high, those gators just floated out. I'll bet a few people down the road were rather surprised at the wildlife in their backyards once the floodwaters went down. And that must have been one of the stranger insurance claims -- "lost inventory: 50 alligators."

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    I like the cat fish here. Back in the US? NO FUCKIN WAY! May as well eat slimy ol' bottom mud, IMO.
    Ah well, if we all liked teh same shit then there wouldn;t be enough to go 'round, eh?

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    My favorite recipe


    Crocodile with Basil and Coconut Cream

    500gr crocodile meat, cut into strips
    40ml oil
    100gr onion, finely chopped
    40ml fish sauce
    150ml coconut cream
    10gr brown sugar
    5gr coriander root, chopped
    30gr basil leaves, sliced
    3 red chillies, finely sliced

    • Heat the oil in a stewpot, add onion and chillies.
    • Fry gently until soft, add crocodile and sauté for about 5 minutes.
    • Add fish sauce, coriander root, sugar and basil and cook for about 1 minute.
    • Pour in coconut cream, bring to the boil and remove from heat.
    • Serve garnished with fresh basil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LesBonsTemps View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by friscofrankie View Post
    Ate gator once. tasted like muddy catfish and frog combined. once was enough.
    But I LIKE catfish AND frog legs.

    me too!

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