Barbecue aux insectes (Click for more)
“…In "ISAN" area markets, it is possible to eat bugs like scorpions, grasshoppers, larva, beetles and even sometimes dogs. These days, farmers are making more by harvesting lice than rice. Now Bangkok residents also appreciate eating bugs. Canned grasshoppers, locusts, water beetles, crickets, silkworm pupae and ant eggs are available at the supermarket. Bangkok residents think of bugs as a healthy, low-calorie treat.”
Worms (Mexico): The little worm, the gusano, that lives on the agave plant is commonly placed in Tequila. Mmmm. There is even a special brand sold in 2-ounce bottles called "Dos Gusanos", two worms for those who can't get enough.
Ants (Belize): In a village near Orange Walk after a good tamales lunch, you can go dig in the ants nest from behind the farm and take out all the ant eggs. Then you just eat the eggs (with a sigh with satisfaction?) Supposed to taste quite like citrus juice mixed with some strong gin. Also known as "ghetto caviar".