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Typhoon Restaurant, a California Asian fusion restaurant at the Santa Monica Airport, serves up silkworm larvae, scorpions and crickets.
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Houston's Feast serves Scottish haggis, made of lamb's windpipe, lungs, heart and liver stuffed with filler and spices in a sheep's stomach.…
Inaka Restaurant in Los Angeles serves natto, a stinky, gooey preparation of rotten soybeans that is not without its dedicated following.
You can get the popular Mexican dish chapulines, or fried grasshopper, at Hugo's in Houston.
Ornella Trattoria in Queens serves casu marzu, a Sardinian cheese that contains live fly larvae, to daring customers.
The San Angel Inn in Mexico City serves a dish made of escamole, ant eggs harvested from agave plants.
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