Friday, January 08, 2010

Proper care for a frozen iguana

Apparently, it's getting so cold in Florida that the ignuanas released by owners can't take it, and thus a local news outlet has released a video of how to handle a frozen iguana.

Now of course I'm a big environmentalist, and I realize the danger nonnative fauna pose to the environment. Hence, I've got a slightly different set of procedures for dealing with frozen iguanas. Here are two recommendations;

1. Grab by the tail and throw to the nearest alligator, bobcat, or cougar not stunned by the cold.
2. Kill, gut, skin, and cook. I would anticipate that if you use the dry rub and sauces from Big Bob Gibson's, and cook over a moderate smoky fire, it would taste just like chicken. Yum!

2 comments:

Gino said...

i've read where they've become a game species in FL in recent years.

havent a clue how they taste, but there are no bag limits.

Skeeter451 said...

We should feed them to the other invasive species clogging the 'Glades, the boa constrictor.

--->Susan