Play This Game At Your Next Party
You can order it here. For those of you who are not quite sold on it, you can find a review of it here. Here is a short blurb about it:
“Each of the bugs comes with best before dates and they come from carefully selected farms which is better than picking a few out of a nearby garden. A pinch of flavour has also been added to make the experience all the more savoury. Smokey Bacon Crickets and Chilli flavour worm crisps are just a mouthful away.”
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Jack's Shack October 11, 2006 at 2:49 pm
Some of those are a little too exotic for my taste.
The back of the hill October 11, 2006 at 3:15 am
Many native cultures around the world eat shrotzim.
When I was in Indonesia, I ate grilled sago-palm grubs (big, fat, buttery), and bee-larva (small, fat, and buttery) with chilies.
I passed on the grasshoppers and praying mantii – too crunchy looking.
If you think about it, most shellfish are simply giant bugs. Very tasty giant bugs.
Still, I suspect that most of the stuff in that game will not ever pass my lips. I do have some limits.
Jack's Shack October 10, 2006 at 8:24 pm
It is my pleasure. 😉
Protein, just one more source of protein.
Fern R October 10, 2006 at 8:17 pm
Uhm…If I wasn’t already a vegetarian and didn’t already keep kosher, I think I would quickly adopt both if I was at a party and the host pulled those out.
Elie October 10, 2006 at 4:33 pm
Ugh – thanks for ruining my lunch! From now on I read your blog before I eat!