Alligator bits


Alligator bits

Here’s another tasty appetizer from good old Dinosaur BBQ.  I wouldn’t consider this meat overwhelmingly strange, but I would say that it’s strange not to see more Asians eating it.  Around Thailand there is a lot of crocodiles and alligators, but I have never seen it on a menu.  The only times I’ve seen these meats on a menu was in the US or Mexico.  The meat tastes good to me so I wonder why it isn’t eaten much around here?

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