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    dinner tonight

    The wife wanted me to kill these, What the fu-k I said, no way. Any ideas?



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    frogs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sledge
    Any ideas?
    Water brought to a slow boil? They'll never notice....

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    Quote Originally Posted by buad hai
    Water brought to a slow boil? They'll never notice....
    yeh right, I'll leave them tied up together I think so they can't hop out.

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    Give em a smack on the head with the flat of a cleaver...I know you wanna..Not many things ole Pimp enjoys more than frogs other than the smell of my own farts and Punching some guy in the Adam's apple when he least expects it.
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    Actually frogs make a nice Thai curry enjoyed by many villagers upcountry. Sorta tastes like dog...

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    in my experience, frogs do not taste anything like dog

    they do have a similar sound in English though

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrAndy
    they do have a similar sound in English though
    No they don't, dogs bark and frogs croak, I've never been fooled by a frog before pretending to be a dog.

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    dogs and frogs do not speak English, dirtyfrog

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    Bang them on the head with the back of a knife flip them over cut them across the guts pull out all the guts. Grab a flap of skin from both sides of the cut and pull untill their little wet suits come off. Quick wash and put them on the BBQ. Great for midnight snacks when on the piss

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    OK I am off to light the BBQ

    where are the frogs?

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    just talking to the wife and she ain't no expert but she said be careful as apparantly some frogs are poisonous and can do real damage if eaten.

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    According to my missus, frogs used to be very popular up here in our part of northern Isan. However a respected monk said that when the frogs, lying on their backs on the chopping block, were sliced apart by a cleaver from head to arse they brought their front legs together forming a wai. A lot of people then stopped eating them.

    Had some huge frogs fried in garlic and pepper in Kanchanaburi last week - delicious.

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    Researchers find new frog species

    Researchers find new frog species


    A new species of frog has been discovered by researchers during a study of a biodiversity hotspot in Phetchabun and Phitsanulok.



    Tanya Chan-ard, the curator at the National Science Museum, told a conference yesterday the discovery of "kob cha-ngonpha phu luang" (odorrana aureola - Stuart, Chuaynkern, Chan-ard and Inger, 2006) was confirmed by US-based experts and a DNA test.

    Ranging in size from 60mm to 80mm, the frogs had green coloration but sometimes could be yellowish brown with mesh-like black dots along the side of the body and expanded round finger tips, Tanya told a Bangkok conference on bio-diversity and climate change.

    The conference was organised by the Office of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy and Planning to mark Biological Diversity Day.

    Tanya said the frogs could only be found in areas above 1,000 metres from sea level in the Phu Luang wildlife sanctuary, located in forestland bordering Loei, Phetchabun and Phitsanulok.

    Since there were far fewer female frogs - which are generally about 10mm bigger than the males - the new species could be at risk of extinction, especially from pollution if chemicals are used at high altitudes, Tanya said.

    He said the area where the frog was found had many other factors which could cause its extinction, such as uncontrolled forest fires, deforestation, and being hunted for food.

    Kasetsart University Forest Biology lecturer Dokrak Marod, who heads the biodiversity hot-spot project in Phetchabun and Phitsanulok, told the conference the study covered 16 conservation areas that were used for agriculture and subjected to heavy chemical use as well as tourism, especially Phetchabun's Khao Kho - known as Thailand's Switzerland.

    He said the biodiversity surveys so far had discovered 45 new types of mammals, 177 birds, 39 amphibians, 14 fish and 45 reptiles, and a new species of bat (Murina sp.), tree frog (Philautus sp.) and four fish in the Schitura, Devario, Homaloptera and Balitora families.
    Meanwhile, Pitipong Pueng-boon na Ayutthaya, permanent secretary of the Natural Resources and Environment Ministry, said it had been confirmed that if the world's temperature rose by 1 to 2 degrees Celsius, the earth's biodiversity would be greatly affected.


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    todays nation newspaper, now sledge has probably eaten most of them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gallowspole
    Had some huge frogs fried in garlic and pepper in Kanchanaburi last week - delicious.
    I'v eaten a delicious phat kaprao kop ears ago in Nam Tok railway station (Kanchanaburi province).

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    I ended up taking the frogs to the guard under our room. Went down an hour later and they were all chopped up and mixed with spices ready to eat. First time for me and tasted good.

    Wouldn't mind trying on the barbeque next time.

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    Frogs in my experience are fiddly, bony, stony and gritty and peppery as well. Not enough meat to justify the effort.

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    ^ unlike Sandra !

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    ^Yuuuukk! They look like cane toads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingwillyhggtb View Post
    ^ unlike Sandra !
    i think he's fattening her up for Christmas



    ^ what a gay smiley

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    ^ This is the best way to do frog - fried with a spot of garlic .

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