Crunchy and slightly prawnish, a bit like a hairy land crab. What else is there to say? Central Market, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
That looks beyond gross! Pls put some sun cream on your nose
Off to the arctic tomorrow
Nice always new you could eat anything! Was it deep fried? And where was the sweet chilli sauce far nicer with that!
Save one for me for when we come out … no, maybe I’ll forgo that pleasure! But I LOVE the spidery writing Mouse! XXXX Mum
Beautiful. Made me retch and laugh at the same time. I don’t think that’s ever happened before. Vicariously revolting.
I’m not sure I can watch it…
pete Reply:January 29th, 2013 at 3:03 am
You’d better watch it. It’d make good preparation for the snacks that await you in Bangkok. There’s a pile of Mang Da Na Tod with your name all over it!
Love it. You’re a braver man than me, Peter – although watching your amazing facial expressions during that little snack, I feel like I experienced every mouthful with you! Jeanie’s right: I think ‘vicariously’ might be the best way to enjoy Tarantula…
Now you could eat everything what you see Pete
Best regard for you and Mary from Belgrade.
Feral, but very you Pete, on ya!
Cav and I mention you two every other day. See you back in England one afternoon me hopes! Take care of your lovely selves x
Ok Pete that makes my little snail tantrum feel even more pathetic!
I did nearly cry then for you…. Please do never ever think that i will ever be pursuaded to munch on an over sized house spider.
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