Crocodile Dishes Galore

Friday, April 24, 2015

Be prepared to sample crocodile dishes from farm-bred, licensed to be slaughtered crocodile meat.

Looking at all the dishes that I was about to sample made my mouth water. They all looked so delicious. And knowing that crocodile meat is low in calories, fat and very high in protein made the dishes more appetizing for one who’s trying to lose weight.

For carbohydrates loading, there’s the crocodile rice and the crocodile pasta. The Croc rice was made with bits of croc meat and seasoned with salt and pepper and other herbs and spices.

The Croc Pasta in tomato sauce with bits of crocodile meat, herbs and spices and al dente linguini was deliciously cooked. The linguini was made with crocodile eggs.


Friday, April 24, 2015

After the amazing show in Tribu K Mindanawan Cultural Village, we walked to Riverwalk Grill for our dinner. We were told that Riverwalk Grill is famous for their exotic foods. Crocodile was mentioned a couple of times and I was actually thinking yaiks, should I eat?

I was hungry then as I only had noodles for lunch that day. As we walked through the restaurant, I saw the chef cooking barbeque. When I got to smell the aroma of the food, I knew right then and there that we would have a nice meal.

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Giant croc Lolong now frozen and forgotten

Friday, April 24, 2015

DAVAO CITY, Philippines – How quickly people forget.

The celebrity of Lolong, the world’s largest crocodile held in captivity, has apparently faded, with its frozen remains unclaimed after five months in storage at the Davao Crocodile Park.

After the 6.12-meter saltwater crocodile died in its pen in Consuelo village in Bunawan town last February, there were plans for the preservation of its remains, to be placed inside a museum in the town.

Despite plans for a joint undertaking between the local government of Bunawan and the National Museum for the preservation of the remains, the reptile has been kept for five months inside two freezers at the Davao Crocodile Park, with its head separate from its body.

Yum yum… crocodile meat, anyone?

Friday, April 24, 2015

It’s lean, MSG-free, preservative-free, and it’s supposed to be an aphrodisiac. And it’s proudly made in the Philippines.

A company is tempting the Filipino palate with adobo, burgers and hotdog – consisting of crocodile meat.

Coral Agri-Venture Farm, which started out as an ordinary livestock and poultry farm, has branched out to selling processed meat and ready-to-eat meals using crocodile meat after it received accreditation from the government to engage in crocodile raising in 2000.

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