“It’s whats for dinner”! Posted by: Captain Gino , December 23, 2014 Alligator Meat The alligator is a fierce reptile that normally thrives in rivers and shallow water bodies. Its meat can be fried, grilled, or sauteed to make dinner for those who can stomach it. This video will show you how its done! Share this:TweetPocketPrintShare on TumblrEmail Captain Gino About the author Captain Gino here. If you love traveling, sailing, biking, sports, music and interesting facts then get comfortable and enjoy my website CaptainGino.com! Related Posts Catamarans: History, Handling and Buying Them Did you know that the word catamaran comes from Tamil term kattumarum, which means “logs tied t ... Grilling Pizza is Very Simple Pizza thrives on heat—lots of scorching heat to get that crust to spring into bubbly, blistered ... Is This The Future of Sailing Liveaboard? Self-Sustainable Floating Private Island It seems from this promo/concept, that the future of sailing or living aboard a boat might be h ... Sailing Tips: GETTING A HANDLE ON MAINSAIL TWIST by QuantumSails Something to ponder on your next sailing adventure! Technically, twist is the change in the ... wpmirtonic I’ve had barbequed alligator. It tasted mostly of the seasonings used on it. Therefore, I assume without seasoning it tastes like the proverbial chicken. ‘Tis good eating. captaingino.com Eveything tastes like chicken except chicken these days!