Grilled Frog Cooking Over Clay Kiln at Grandma’s House

Frog meat is part of the daily diet out in Thailand’s country side. Grandma prefers to cook her frogs over a clay kiln using coal. These frogs are caught by Grandma out in the rice fields where they can be found underground.

I like frog meat on a stick… because as we all know anything on a stick taste ten times better ;-). Unfortunately frog meat on a strick is more commonly sold in Cambodia. I plan on visiting there in a few more days. Hopefully I can find some at the local food merchant next to my aunt’s house. I’ll be sure to post pics because I know you all want to see what frog on a stick looks like.

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Software I use for processing my photos:
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Topaz Plugins – Photoshop enhancement plugin.
PS Elements – Used for post processing HDR images.
Lightroom – For adding the finishing touch.

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Photography Style: Single Exposure HDR
Digital Camera Used: Canon PowerShot S90
Photo Location: Buri Ram, Thailand

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