I just ate alligator sausage on a po boy sandwich at the River Shack in Jefferson, another Diners, Drive Ins, and Dives place. I've never eaten it before, it was quite good. I'm down here in New Orleans area for a job interview tomorrow morning. Not sure where I will eat lunch tomorrow. My flight leaves late in the afternoon so I have some time to spare. They sure don't have very good street signs around here. Lucky I can read maps and kind of figure out where I am.
Did it taste like chicken?
Originally Posted by NC5P
Good luck with the interview.
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Alligator sausage? I can't imagine...
Lots of good food in LA! I think I gained 5 lbs every time I was there!
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When asked what it tastes like, he thought for a moment and declared it was like pork.
I wonder if the salt water crocodile tasts differently from other crocodilians?
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I do like alligator tail never had sausage before but would like to try it. Wish I were there I would be eating platters of fresh oysters on the half shell/with Louisiana Hot sauce and boiled shrimp just off the boat every day and for the main course the catch of the day. I miss the Gulf Coast we used to winter in our Motor Home in the Panhandle of FL. all the way down to Key West we ate seafood most every night.
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Around here, the Food City stores offer 'gator meat the week leading up to the TN/FL football game. Tastes pretty good if you grill it like shrimp or lobster, brushing it with drawn butter and sprinkling very lightly with chili powder before placing over the coals.
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Had me some gator fritters at Dixie Crossroads years ago. Good eatin'. Tasted like gator.
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