Blog Posts - Crickets



A Plague of Joy

So here we are. As much as we all willed it not to come back around, Monday morning is here again. None of us are very happy about it, that’s for sure. I just began to write out a list of examples to support that statement, but what’s the point?
by Positive People Army on Jun 6, 2016

BoDhi - cacao, date and crickets... (By @NLi10)

It seems that Crickets really are the new 'it' food. They are cropping up in a lot of PR emails and so far I've been saying yes!This latest idea is... This content is a summary only, visit www.foodstufffinds.co.uk for the full article :-)...
by Foodstuff Finds on Apr 10, 2016

Pro pasta- nutrition from crickets (by @NLi10)

I love pasta. Fairly recently however I found out that the nutritional value of pasta is practically zero! Sure - it can give you calories, but as we... This content is a summary only, visit www.foodstufffinds.co.uk for the full article :-)...
by Foodstuff Finds on Apr 7, 2016

What Do Pet Tarantulas Eat?

If you think that pet Tarantulas are super cool to keep and care for, but you are not quite sure what they eat, keep reading. You are sure to find the feeding habits and preferences of pet Tarantulas to be very unique and interesting as well as ...
by Pets Journal on Jan 13, 2016

Redefining the Value Meal, Using Distribution Infrastructure to Make Sustainable Food Mainstream + More

Our weekly roundup of the juiciest food tech startup innovation stories and news. The post Redefining the Value Meal, Using Distribution Infrastructure to Make Sustainable Food Mainstream + More appeared first on Food + Tech Connect.
by Food+Tech Connect on Apr 20, 2015

Now Live: The September 2014 Issue Of Popular Science Magazine

Letter From The Editor Knowledge Is The Best Investment Peer Review Feeding The Beast Features War Of 0's And 1's See. Learn...
by Cnet Analysis on Aug 14, 2014

Thai Candy – Grasshoppers, scorpions, crickets,

HI! When you travel to Thailand and walk on the street of Thailand you can see Thai Girls go around and sell insects that they deep fry like big Grasshoppers, scorpions, crickets, and some other insects that they deep fry and then sells like candy. M...
by MYTHAICUPID on Aug 7, 2014

3 Bluegill River Fishing Tips

River fishing is almost like an entirely different activity than lake fishing. Elements like water levels, current, changes in structure, and recent weather like heavy rainfall all dramatically affect your ability to catch river fish. Bluegill river...
by Bluegill Slayer on Jun 1, 2014

Spring Bluegill Fishing – 3 Essential Elements

Spring Bluegill Fishing Springtime brings excitement to the lives of eager fisherman. Watching ice melt or checking extended forecasts becomes an hourly ritual in many parts of the country. The anticipation of getting out on an open lake or casting f...
by Bluegill Slayer on Apr 17, 2014

Sunday Brunch: The Grass-Whopper

In New York City a new hamburger made from dead crickets is all the rage at a Soho restaurant!The burger goes by the name Grass-Whopper: 'The crickets, which are sourced dead and somewhat dried from a distributor of Mexican food, get fried up in a sk...
by The Political Commentator on Dec 8, 2013

Kuwait attacked by grasshoppers

People have been asking about the ‘grasshopper’ attack that’s happening right now in Kuwait, are they really grasshoppers? The answer is no, they’re actually called Crickets ( صراصير الليل), i know there isn’t...
by Shoug's blog on Jul 20, 2013

Yes we eat them all

Before you continue reading this post, I just want to let you know that people in Phnom Penh are not bizarre lol. It's just the fact that we have found new types of food and to some people, they're the best food. Perhaps there are many types of exoti...
by Phnom Penh Day on Jun 28, 2013

JOINT CRICKET EXERCISES: Governments must withdraw all awards offered to cricketers!

    JOINT CRICKET EXERCISES: Governments must withdraw all awards offered to cricketers!  -DR. ABDUL RUFF COLACHAL [ Educationist,  Chronicler of Foreign occupations & Freedom movements (Palestine, Kashmir, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakis...

Last Post of The Year – Goodbye 2012, Hello 2013!

I know this blog has had many crickets these past few months. It’s not my fault. I still love to blog.  But it’s just that I’m one tired mommy who wants to come home after a hard day’s work and just spend time with my family.
by New York Chica on Dec 31, 2012

Last Post of The Year – Goodbye 2012, HELLO 2013!

I know this blog has had many crickets these past few months. It’s not my fault. I still love to blog.  But it’s just that I’m one tired mommy who wants to come home after a hard day’s work and just spend time with my family.
by New York Chica on Dec 31, 2012

How to Eat Scary Insects, Worms, and Bugs in Thailand

Have you snacked on insects, worms, or bugs? Welcome to Thailand, where snacking is not only a way to satisfy your craving, but it’s a leisure way of life. Throw away your artificial bag of chips and preserved cookies, because fresh bugs are wi...
by Migrationology on Dec 11, 2012

Cheap Crickets

Cheap Crickets Reduce Your Feeder Cricket Costs Drastically. Keeping & Breeding Crickets As Feeder Insects Will Show You Exactly How. Cheap Crickets Related Blogs...

Tantalizing Thai

Sweet, Sour, Salty, and Bitter.  These are the flavors in Thai cuisine I love Thai food.  Pad Thai, curries, mee krob… it’s some of my favorite and when I bought the plane ticket to Bangkok I couldn’t wait to learn how to cook Thai food. To m...
by Adventuresse Travels on Mar 20, 2012

Tantalizing Thai

Sweet, Sour, Salty, and Bitter.  These are the flavors in Thai cuisine I love Thai food.  Pad Thai, curries, mee krob… it’s some of my favorite and when I bought the plane ticket to Bangkok I couldn’t wait to learn how to cook Thai food. To m...
by Adventuresse Travels on Mar 20, 2012


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