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Ok ok, not real frog hairs lol. Chef Nelson's wife's family introduced him to this pie. His words on it: "I think the name of this wonderful dessert lends more mystery to it than its actual origin. As any Iowa farm boy could tell you, the hair on a frog is indeed one of Gods finest creations, literally! To put your mind at ease, there is no frog hair in this dessert, but if you look closely at the cooked rhubarb you will notice the fine fibers of the fruit. This appears to be the only explanation for the name that anyone is willing cough up. Although, when you ask Ted Taggart if there is a hidden meaning, he will just sort of smile as though there is a mischievous boyhood tale he's still not willing to divulge. He's funny like that!" from chef2chef So rest assured this warm and comforting dessert won't have frogs leaping out at you :)
Units: US | Metric
Serving Size: 1 (123 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6