Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Frog Balls

I picked up some fancy cheese at a new store, and these caught my eye. How could I not try Frog Balls? If you like both spicy things AND brussels sprouts, you might like these. I noshed on them with the cheese and rosemary crackers. They would be quite tasty in a Bloody Mary, excuse me I mean Froggy Mary.

Lacking the necessary ingredients for the Froggy Mary, I attempted to make the Frog Ball Dirty Martini instead.  See?  All two ingredients:

It wasn't bad, but it wasn't my personal favorite.

The local frogs were very concerned about this ball situation. I dusted them off and assured them that no frogs were harmed.

I'd rather eat the balls and save my Prairie Cucumber Vodka for something else.  It's yummy vodka, by the way. I wish I were being paid to say that, but I'm not.

Thus ends my frog ball adventure.


Common Household Mom said...

Looks to me like you could start the "Online American Gallery of Vernacular Frog Art and Frog-named Food."

Those are truly some beautiful representations of frogs.

I am looking forward to the time when I can tell my husband that there is such a thing as pickled Brussels sprouts.

Claudia from Idiot's Kitchen said...

Frog Balls!!! If only we could get sponsored by our favorite vices, I would be rich with chocolate and bourbon.

Cheri @ Blog This Mom!® said...

You know that my inner 13yo was lured in by the post title, right? :-)

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