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Old 04-13-2008, 08:09 PM
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So one of my distributors that delivers to my resturant brought me about 10 pounds of Gator. I have never cooked gator before so I was hoping You Florida and Bayou boys could help me with some reicpes so I can cook this stuff up. Thanks
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you southerner's are weird.
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the only way i have ever had gator is fried, but i have never cooked any. Not much gator here in central Ok.
Sorry didnt help you out much, but at heres a free bumb
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Just Google for alligator recipes. I found a bunch of sites with recipes. Let us know how it tastes. I know, I know, it probably tastes like chicken.
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Yeah the only way I've had it was fried also and no it don't taste like chicken.
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we'll find out as soon as it gets warm out
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I had it a few times in Nawlins and they like to cook it up spicey like. I had it with some rice. It was pretty damn good
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you southerner's are weird.
don't worry we thing you northerner's are wierd also

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So one of my distributors that delivers to my resturant brought me about 10 pounds of Gator. I have never cooked gator before so I was hoping You Florida and Bayou boys could help me with some reicpes so I can cook this stuff up. Thanks
the only way I have ever eaten gator was to cut it up into bite sized pieces, dip in flour and what ever else you want to season it with and fry it don't try to cook it in a big piece I have made that mistake it always turns out tough so make sure you cube it up into bite sized pieces
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Fried is a good way to have it, but the best way we serve it here in Clearwater, FL is blackened. It is a huge hit at a couple of local restaurants that prepare it here. I recommend it bite size to.

Sergio
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We dry rub em for at least a day. then Smoke em for about six or so hours untill up to temp. Serve with a side of sweet corn and new potatoes. mmmmmm thems good eatin.
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