First-time frog leg connoisseur Margarita Oxenrider (right), of Palm Bay, eats alongside Juelie Perry (left), of Vero Beach, and Kelly Hammer, of Sebastian, all with TLC Preschool of Sebastian, during the first day of the 28th annual Fellsmere Frog Leg Festival on Thursday in Fellsmere. #TCPalm#FellsemereFrogLegFestival#FrogLegs#foodFestival#festival (Xavier Mascareñas @xmphotos)
I don’t know why I’ve never had these Frog Legs with Fried Ginger before. 🐸❤️💕🤤👍 It’s absolutely delish - the frog legs in question were plump, fresh & tender! My friend — who has never in her 43 years of her life ordered or tried frog legs (as “it’s just gross, lah, Sam!!”) — took a brave bite and promptly declared these as awesome. “They taste like chicken!” Indeed. However, for me, the stars were these downright umami, highly crispy fried ginger crisps (or crackers). 🧡❤️🧡❤️OMG. what the devil were these babies?!?! Immensely flavourful and gingery, these were flavour explosions in the mouth 🧡❤️🧡❤️ Addictive! You will not stop at one, trust me!! I know this dish is all ”brown brown” and doesn’t look super appetising perhaps, but believe you me, you are missing out if you don’t give it a try.
I also hear you guys saying that you can’t go to Imperial Treasure Super Peking Duck and not order the duck. Well — we did. It’s the second pic. I’m not placing it as the main pic (sexy as the duck may be) cos it’s been posted to death. I wanna give some LUUUURVE to the frog legs instead. 🧡❤️🧡❤️🧡
Best part is the free corkage! HAPPINESS!!!
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