Frog legs make a comeback in France

06/11/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

French chef Christophe Marguin is reviving the country's love for frog legs at his eponymous restaurant near Lyon that is decorated floor to ceiling with frog statues and paintings and where meals are served on china with hand-painted frogs. Marguin serves up frog legs the traditional way, broiled in butter and cream, and also in crusty tarts, stuffed potatoes and scrambled eggs.

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