What do you think? Will you be eating any bugs in the near future?
UA alumnus Patrick Crowley and three of his friends have launched Chapul Bars, a company that grinds crickets, cultivated to feed pets, into a flour that is used to make food for humans. Each 50-gram bar contains 7 grams of protein. The company is developing recipes to make insects palatable... Read More
Mexican Rice, which is ubiquitous throughout Mexico in homes and restaurants, is often called "Spanish Rice" in the USA. But it does not exist as such anywhere in Spain; the only thing it has in common with Spain is the language spoken in both countries. It is generally served as a side dish as part of the main course, and it is not usually spicy.