Pinterest • The world’s catalog of ideas

Explore Grub Guide, Whoa, and more!

Serious Eatsfrom Serious Eats

Neighborhood Guides: Shanna Pacifico's Williamsburg

Fried Pigs Tail

Are BugFoods the future of FastFoods? Imagine Bug fries instead of French fries, Bug Macs instead of Big Macs...

Around the World "L"from Around the World "L"

Toan: Eating BIZARRE Foods at the Beijing Night Market

Deep fried King Spider in Beijing, China!

BuzzFeedfrom BuzzFeed

10 Weird Foods You Should Actually Try

Fried bat Most common in Thailand, fried bat is also particularly popular in Laos and throughout Southeast Asia. Though often served with Thai dipping sauce, the bats are crisp and crunchy, and many people "just rip into the bat and eat it." Naturally, it tastes pretty much just like chicken.

NPR.orgfrom NPR.org

These Pictures Might Tempt You To Eat Bugs

Um no thanks fried tarantula

Lamb fries are lamb testicles used as food. One popular dish in the United States serves them breaded and fried. Lamb testicles are served in a variety of cuisines, including Italian, American Basque, barbecue, Chinese, Caucasian, Turkish, etc. Lamb fries, often served in a cream gravy, are a traditional dish in the Bluegrass region of Kentucky.

Delishfrom Delish

They Eat What?!

Fried Tarantulas Where to Get It: Cambodia Looking for a filling mid-afternoon snack? If you're in Skuon, Cambodia, the top choice is definitely fried tarantulas — head, legs, fangs, and all!

a typical array of edible insects that are available at markets in Thailand...They are all prepared in a very similar fashion, deep fried to a crisp and nicely salted.