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Edible Insects Recipe: Apple Wiggle Flip
A flip is a cocktail that, like an eggnog, includes a raw egg. Traditionally eggs were aerated by the process of rapidly pouring the drink between one vessel to another—hence the name “flip”—but nowadays it's just accomplished by shaking a cock...
See Menus for Events and Restaurants That Serve Edible Insects
Now you can see the menu items of the edible bug restaurants and events closest to you!
Last month, the Bugs for Beginners site debuted a brand new feature that allows you to search for restaurants and events closest to you that serve edible insects. This search includes not only full-on entomocentric restaurants, but also food tr...
Entomophagy Recipes: Semi Wholegrain Bread
CRICKÉ markets tasty, healthy and eco-friendly insect-based food products for a well balanced and more sustainable diet. Crické combines traditional Mediterranean recipes with the cricket powder – a great low-impact source of protein, vi...
Entomophagy Recipes: Greens and Mushroom Béchamel Casserole with Mealworms
This creamy and delicious variation on the classic holiday casserole will have even the most reluctant ento-neophyte piling it on their plate. I made it for my family and it was gobbled up almost before I had unfolded my napkin. This recipe cal...
Where Can I Eat Edible Insects?
Search here to find out where to eat bugs near you
The question I get more than any other is, "Where can I go to eat bugs?"
It turns out, most newbies are more interested in having people cook bugs for them, than they are in cooking bug themselves. Makes sense, I also grew to lov...
Edible Insect Recipes: Mint-Fed Julep
The mint julep originates from the US American south, and was once considered a medicament to cure stomach ailments. Now it is more commonly associated with cooling down on warm sunny southern days, and the Kentucky Derby horse races. A tradit...
Edible Insects Recipe: Baked Eggplant with Walnut Worm Cream
This is such a delicious dish. It is good for beginners since you can not see the the worms and it therefore becomes less scary. The worms add an umami taste to the walnut crème.
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I'm Mic. I love reading about, writing about, thinking about, photographing, and especially eating, food. Especially bug food. Enough talk, let's eat!