110 - Frog Legs Provencale/Henderson Swamp - 1/6

From the ancient Aztecs to as far as Eastern Europe, frog legs have been eaten for centuries. Though no longer farmed for consumption, Rayne, Louisiana, the Frog Capital of the World, once supplied the tables of some of the finest restaurants in New York. Today's supply comes from the swamp where hunting is legal ten months of the year, and a regular fishing license is all that is required.

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