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An interesting and nose-wrinkling collection of true food facts from around the world and throughout history.
How about a nice dish of Colonial Squirrel Pie with a side of milkweed shoots? If that doesn’t grab you, you might think about trying some Garbage Stew, just like they made in medieval England. But if you’re feeling a little tired and need a boost, your best bet is roasted spiders. They’ve got three times the protein of cooked beef. (Is your mouth watering yet?)
Illustrated by the wildly-creative Eric Brace, It’s Disgusting and We Ate It! is a fascinating look at culinary creations from all over the world!
About the Author
James Solheim has published sixty works of poetry and fiction in top magazines including Poetry, The Kenyon Review, and The Pushcart Prize.