2012 Slow Food Potluck Dinner

Date: March 19, 2012
When: 5:30PM-7:30PM
Where West Cape May Borough Hall
How Much Potluck item

Bring a homecooked item to this Slow Food Potluck dinner and hear about an unusual protein eaten in the vast majority of nations.

Insects.

More than 1,000 insects – including grasshoppers, crickets and ants- get  gobbled up by folks around the world, according to Slow Food South Jersey. The group’s sponsoring a talk by Benjamin Pratt, the Consumer Liaison and Social Researcher at World Entomophagy  on these creepy crawly food sources.

It’ll be a hands-on demo.  Participation not required. By the way there’s a name for the consumption of insects – it’s called entomophagy.

Local foodies also will want to check out a dinner March 16:
Cape May Farm to Table Dinner