New Competition For Produce?
Jim Prevor’s Perishable Pundit, February 28, 2011
Some professors in the Netherlands claim that produce may be in for some competition:
At the London restaurant Archipelago, diners can order the $11 Baby Bee Brulee: a creamy custard topped with a crunchy little bee. In New York, the Mexican restaurant Toloache offers $11 chapulines tacos: two tacos stuffed with Oaxacan-style dried grasshoppers. …
Not long ago, foods like kiwis and sushi weren’t widely known or available. It is quite likely that in 2020, we will look back in surprise at the era when our menus didn’t include locusts, beetle larvae, dragonfly larvae, crickets and other insect delights.
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