The documentary TV-channel NOVA has put up a “nice” micro-site presenting different types of insects from around the Globe, which you can eat. Might be a good idea to add the site to your bookmarks, in case you will be travelling somewhere in the world where there is working W-lan, but no conventional food.
Link to the NOVA microsite
Halloween is probably the best time of the year to be eating something totally disturbingly ugly, therefore the date is a big celebration for the Uglyfood blog! Above is a pictureofÂ the pumkin I carved myself this year to celebrate the day of the ghouls.
In the internet you can find tons of funny recipes abou how to cook scary looking Halloween disher for yourself, friends and family. For example recipe the “monster toes” pictured above can be found from familyfun.go.com, with a whole buch of other great ugly food dishes!
So, enjoy your Halloween and all the ugly food in it!
Are you looking for a way t surprise your family for the Halloween dinner? Why not try cooking a “fleshworm” as the recipe owner calls his creation.
The full instructions for fleshworms cooking can be found here.
Are you in the mood for some delicious Lasagna, but the oven and microwave are both broken? Well, if your dishwasher is still functioning, there is no reason to give up! Partselect.com website has a convincing lookin tutorial on how to cook tasty lasagna on your regular dishwasher!
The full dishwasher lasagna cooking instrucions here!
Have you ever been wondering about how to utilize the parts of animal body
that nobody normally wants to eat?
Offal good is a website that describes
itself as “an educational and inspirational tool for those who are
interested in learning and cooking with offal.”
I imagine that anyone interested in Uglyfood blog will be into this stuff as