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Gas now Burgers #9051 04/23/12 10:08 PM
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Trading Burgers for Grasshopper Pie
Research shows that insects are a good source of protein and could meet the nutritional needs of a growing global population, which is why Marcel Dicke, a professor at a Dutch university specializing in food and food production, has written a cookbook to promote the use of bugs as a food source. To mark the book's launch, an insect chef will attempt to bake the world's largest grasshopper pie. Still, it will undoubtedly be difficult to convince many people, particularly those in Western cultures that typically shun eating insects, to trade their beef and pork for mealworms and grasshoppers.


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Re: Gas now Burgers [Re: bojangles] #9061 04/24/12 02:48 PM
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Professor Tom, you must be retired, too much time on your hands, interesting read though. Insects may be a energy boost though, sure-nuff. I remember a kid who played for one of my travel fast pitch teams swallowed a Yeller-Jacket then took to the field and kicked butt that day...she had never run the bases that fast-ever..until she ate that yeller-jacket. jaw_drop True story running

Her's one of my favorite recipes;

Fried Rice-A-Wormy sick

Ingredients;
1 cup of yellow rice
1 cup of roasted mealworms drinking
1 tsp fresh crushed garlic
1 tsp fresh chopped ginger(or Mary Anne-whatever you prefer)Mrs. Howell for you older gents-LOL
5 tsp soy sauce
1 tsp peanut oil
1 egg
Salt-to taste

Directions:
Prepare rice in a rice cooker or steamer. While rice is cooking, pre-heat saute' pan. When hot add oil, garlic, ginger, and mealworms. Let saute' until golden brown. Add scrambled egg until cooked. Remove pan from heat and add soy sauce and salt. Stir into cooked rice and serve hot.
Brought to you from ProMo's Kitchen grin

Yes this is a real recipe using mealworms, WHAT barf eeks2, y'all didn't think you could eat mealworms........why do you think they call them MEALWORMS? lol444
You can find other good bug recipes at www.Coolbugstuff.com


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Re: Gas now Burgers [Re: bojangles] #9082 04/25/12 12:09 PM
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Sounds more like when the contents are cooked toss away and eat the frying pan.

Re: Gas now Burgers [Re: bojangles] #9084 04/25/12 01:10 PM
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LOL, you're probably right Richard...the frying pan would taste better.

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