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
The huge movie industry in United States creates demand for some quite peculiar business opportunities. The New York City located Trengove Studios Inc. which produces highly authentic looking movie props, has particularly specialized in creating realistic looking fake food. Food that that can not be eaten, but never gets spoiled either.
The company has a catalog of almost every kind of foodstuff imaginable. The prices of fake food articles range from about ten bucks all the way up to hundreds of dollars per piece.
The comprehensive product catalog can be found from the company website at:www.trengovestudios.com
Fancy cooking with insects, but don’t know how to?
No worries, there’s help available in the wonderful world of Internet! Florence V. Dunkel, Ph.D. is the editor of the foodÂ insects newsletter. In addition to recipes found from the newsletter homepage, you can also subscribe to a printed version of the newsletter for the reasonable annual price of US$12.00.
A man called Nick Paine claims to be the only culinary archeolorist in the world.
Nick’s aims is to preserve the worlds disappearin culinary peculiarities by filming them and combining them into films for people to see and experience around the world.
On his web site Nick tells about some of the strange recipes he’a stumbled upon along with his journeys. The site also includes some incredible stories and photographs from around his destinations. Ofcourse to get best into Nick’s world, you should try to get a hold on his filmed adventures called “Nick Paine’s Exotic Kitchen.”
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