Skip to comments.Feeling peckish? Feast your eyes on these tasty treats from around the world
Posted on 04/21/2012 5:17:51 PM PDT by rawhide
The UK may not have the reputation for the most exciting or adventurous cuisine in the world, and looking at this array of astonishing edible 'treats' from around the globe, it seems we have along way to go.
If any of these nibbles takes your fancy you may have go further afield than the shelves of your local Waitrose or Sainsbury's to see the likes of boiled rat, armadillo or caramelised locust.
So those with a strong constitution should make their way to far-flung places such as Malawi, the Ivory Coast or North Korea where some of these crazy snacks are available.
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Even a famous chef such as 'molecular gastronomist' Heston Blumenthal, known for his crazy concoctions such as bacon and egg ice cream, would think twice at serving up fried scorpion or a cake with ants inside at one of his Michelin starred restaurants
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Are they trying to deflect the “Obama at dog” issue?
That last pic of the human breast milk just about made me puke.
Sorry, not THAT “peckish”, whateverthehell that means.
I’d say “yes”. Very observant of you.
Between nutria rat, mud bugs and ‘gator (and the occasional snake), these folks don’t have anything on Louisiana...except maybe the human breast milk.
It is certainly uncontaminated by cheese...
I guess you have to be pretty sophisticated to consume as delicacies crap from third world countries.
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