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frog legs in a sentence

1. Charges could make frog legs jump even if the legs were no longer attached to a frog.

2. In 1791 Luigi Galvani experimented with frog legs.

3. Frog legs are eaten by humans in many parts of the world.

4. In Asia, frog legs are consumed in China, Vietnam, Thailand and Indonesia.

5. Frog legs are part of Chinese Sichuan and Cantonese cuisine.

6. Stark published the rag a year later as "Frog Legs Rag".

7. The United States is a net importer of frog legs.

8. SMU won the game, and the skillet and frog legs went to SMU that year.

9. It is used for food, particularly in France for the delicacy frog legs.

10. Frog legs are one of the better-known delicacies of French and Chinese cuisine.

11. Frog legs are rich in protein, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin A, and potassium.

12. Most supply of frog legs in western Europe originate from frog farms in Indonesia;

13. Frog legs also have great culinary value on the sides of the Ebro.

14. In Albania, frog legs are regarded as a very delicious food.

15. Deep fried frog legs can also be found at fairs.

16. It is also well known for tauco, a soya bean sauce, and swieke, a frog legs dish.

17. The dish can be served as soup, deep fried or stir fried frog legs.

18. There are two main issues dealing with frog legs consumption in Indonesia;

19. The regency is famous for its Swikee or Sweekee, a soup of frog legs.

20. During pre-game festivities, an SMU fan was frying frog legs as a joke before the game.

21. SMU won the game, and the skillet and frog legs went to SMU.

22. Frog legs are cleaned, breaded with flour and boiled in melted butter.

23. During pre-game festivities, an SMU fan was frying frog legs as a joke before the game.

24. TCU won the game, and the skillet and frog legs went to TCU.

25. "Frog Legs Rag" has been described as "brash" and "exuberant".

26. Frog eggs and frog legs pepes.

27. frog legs) or tuofeng (駝峰) was named after its shape, resembling a frog's splayed legs.

28. Clams, soft-shell crabs and frog-legs were among the forbidden articles on the table.

29. This includes humans who consume foods such as frog legs.

30. In 1791 Luigi Galvani experimented with frog legs.