A cake of frog meat has a delicious texture and a crunchy crust, and it’s often served alongside sweet treats, such as macaroons and banana bread.
But some chefs and food historians say that frogs are not the best at making cake.
The dish has its origins in the Middle East, where the frogs have been bred for their meat.
“It’s a tradition in Turkey, but I don’t know if it’s been done before in the U.S.,” said Chris Moberg, who teaches at the University of California, Irvine, specializing in culinary history.
He said that the tradition has been around for centuries.
“They’d put a frog in a bucket of water and then put some water in a jar,” he said.
“You’d have a frog and some water and the frog would have to get out and eat it.
You’d then throw the frog out.
So they’d have to do this for a few months.”
For the new recipe, Moberger’s team looked at the history of frogs and found that the frogs were used in Middle Eastern food for millennia.
“Frogs have been around in many cultures for thousands of years,” Mobergg said.
Frog cakes are sometimes called “flaming cakes,” and are sometimes made by combining a frog with a dish of batter, a batter filled with a mix of herbs and spices.
“I’ve always loved cakes of frogs because it is so simple and delicious,” said David Stolper, who has written several cookbooks on frog food.
“The best part about frogs is they are very easy to make and can be made in any size cake.”
Some traditionalists say the traditional recipe for frog cakes in Turkey dates back to the Ottoman era, when they were first eaten.
Turkey’s current leader, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, said in 2016 that he had eaten frogs for the first time, and said that “the frog is the best animal to eat for the health of our people.”
He has since been re-elected in a landslide.
According to the U, frog cakes are considered a delicacy in Turkey and a staple food of the Middle Eastern region.
The U.K. and Germany are the world’s two largest producers of frogs, making up about 15% and 9%, respectively.
The largest export of frog is eggs, according to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization.
The world has more than 300 frog species.
The International Union for the Conservation of Nature lists frogs as a vulnerable species, with a global population of less than 400,000, and the World Wildlife Fund estimates there are less than 1,000 left worldwide.
“There are no more frogs,” Stolter said.