Into The (stomach) Locust

Just chowing down on some Biblical-plague beasts.

20 thoughts on “Into The (stomach) Locust

  1. You really mean it when you say you would eat just about anything a culture eat. That’s admirable ’cause I’m from Mexico and I wouldn’t dare to eat some of the weird stuff Mexican food has to offer, ha ha! :P

  2. it was pretty intense i tell ya.

    it’s all about the way it was cooked and what it was in.

    it was like a sweet soy-based something-kinda-sauce with fried, crispy locust.

    i think it they were squishy and sweet… or bitter… or snotty – it wouldn’t have been as pleasant.

  3. It was 6:30 in the morning when I dragged myself out of bed and watched this, and for some bizarre reason my half-asleep brain decided stomach = mouth, and for a few seconds I thought there was going to be singing, about locusts.
    Hats off boys, I couldn’t do it, especially if the legs were still in place!

  4. You’re terrified of bugs and live in florida!?
    I went to UCF for 4 years and lived in orlando…coming from new york, I saw some bugs down there that still to this day give me the ******* shivers when I think about them! Those flying cock roaches were nuts, and they’re EVERYWHERE. I didn’t mind the anoles \ geckos though, they were pretty cool.

  5. That’s when You came to LP last year!!! You guys were the best act!! I’ve tried inago once when I was child, taste is like soy sauce though i would never it again ’cause of the looks.

  6. Also.. really cool clip of you guys right before going on stage! .. I am so determined to get a guitar pick you throw out.. I was so close last time :’) You’re all so sweet when you meet your fans, when I met you all in Jan in Vancouver I remember thinking you all looked nearly as happy to meet me as I was to meet you! It made it real special :D

  7. Matt! Are you really terrified bugs??? When I was in a class, a classmate brought us this!! Seriously, no thank you!! I couldn’t eat it, but ****!! Teacher forced us to eat!! I ate only a leg… That was true nightmare!!!! xxxx

  8. Here in South Africa mopani worms are quite popular in some areas, theyre big ugly caterpiller type things that get squashed and then left to dry out. They actually taste pretty good when you get over the fact that youre putting one in your mouth, especially when you wash it down with cold beer. If any one here visits SA make sure to try some.

  9. I take it that Rob Flynn told you to do this hahaha, looks tasty :P It’s pretty unusual for someone to create a food blog but I think overall it’s pretty damn cool for you to write cultural food, keep up the good work.

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