• Watch: Deep-Fried Alligator Meat Is the Perfect Way to End an Airboat Tour in Florida

    8 monthes ago - By Eater

    Visiting tiny Coopertown on Dining on a Dime Coopertown is a tiny place that's surrounded by Florida's Everglades National Park, about 20 miles west of Miami. If you're making the trip, you're here for an airboat ride and a few alligator sightings - if you're lucky. But I'm also visiting Coopertown in this episode of Dining on a Dime to try some deep-fried alligator meat and fried frog legs.
    Captain Jesse Kennon is taking me on my first-ever airboat ride, hydroplaning through the Everglades' bountiful marsh, and teaching me all about Coopertown's almost 80-year history. I end this...
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