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Sunday, 15 November 2009



Ah yah. I visited the one in Dallas a few years back. It was my introduction to gator and frog legs. I think I liked the gator better. And guess what? It tasted just like......gator. ;)


Glad you enjoyed the southern grumbin.


I went to a Pappadeaux Seafood restaurant in the Houston area many years ago that sounds similar, but I don't think it was in Sugar Land. I had a fabulous stuffed soft-shell crab dish that was so good. How good was it, you ask? It was so good that even though I was on my way to the airport, I packed my leftovers to go and ate it when I got home. I wasn't going to let food safety get in the way of a yummy dish.


Oh my Vicky! I think I'd need a nap after that meal.

Vicky (SF Bay Area)

@janfrederick - I wasn't adventurous enough in trying the gator... I saw it on the menu and squirmed. I had tasted a small nibble at the Gilroy Garlic Festival and found it rather.... gator-y...
@nhbilly - Thanks!! It was awesome! I loved Texas!
@Sandy - I would have totally done what you did!! The food there is really really good!!
@Kirk - It was fantastic! I was ready to hibernate after my trip. We also stopped by and ate Texas BBQ, Crawfish boils, etc. Unfortunately I had forgotten my camera at his house and had to resort to iPhone pictures for those.


The Blackened shrimp and crawfish cheese fondeaux looks so decadent! Actually, everything looks delicious. I love blackened seafood too.


When in Texas, don't forget to report on some of the BBQ. I know it's more of a beef affair there, but I tell you what, some of the Brisket served in those parts, one could fall in love with.

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