Cajun chefs cook up an insect-based Thanksgiving
Perhaps butternut squash soup with tomato and aged goat cheese doesn’t suit your fancy. Maybe you can’t cobble together a 100-mile Thanksgiving.
Chefs at the New Orleans Audubon Insectarium mark the holiday by serving guests traditional Thanksgiving dishes with an added twist: bugs. Cornbread stuffing with meal worms. Cranberry sauce with waxworms. Cajun crickets. How do they taste? Watch the video and find out.