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DELICIOUS RECIPES...
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California. However, warm water events such as El Niño can extend the range of these squid to Oregon.

The first reported stranding was on July 18 at Swami’s Beach in Encinitas, CA, where approximately 200 squid were found over a mile stretch of shore. Their mantle lengths ranged from 16 to 24 inches, and they weighed between 2 and 2.5 pounds. On July 25, several thousand squid beached themselves at La Jolla Shores (pictured above), about 15 miles north of San Diego. Scientiests believe they squid were following prey, possibly grunion, a small fish, and washed ashore alive but were unable to get back into the water and died. City work crews were called to help remove tons of dead fish.

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Entomophagy is the habit of eating insects as food. While it is common for many insects, birds and animals to indulge themselves, did you know that people in some parts of the world consider insects a very tasty delicacy?

If you live in Beijing or Bangkok, for example, you might fancy a taste of crickets. Or maybe you would prefer baby nestling sparrows, mice, snakes, or maybe a bowl of scrumptious scorpion soup?

These are all on the menu, as you can see from our pictures here. One man's meat is another man's poison, as they say. So, have a nice day. And enjoy your lunch

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Beijing snackson sticks baby nestling sparrows

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Bangkok deep fried insects food stall

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Bankok insect food another stall

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Beinjing Snackson Sticks Tasty

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Beijing Snackson Stick Snakes...

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Scorpions soup cooking insect Tongue

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Now we presenting most Delicious insects

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Insect salad hahahahaaaa TongueTongueTongue

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Thai tea recipe

Hello Guys !!
Try this recipe and enjoy it. Share your opinion about it.

Requirement
1 gallon water 8 Chinese star anise, ground 1 tablespoon orange flowers 1 tablespoon powdered vanilla 1 pinch of clove powder 1 pinch chopped cinnamon 3/4 quart long cut China black tea leaves 1 to 2 cups sugar 1 quart half & half red food coloring crushed ice

Boil water. Add star anise, orange flowers, vanilla, clove, cinnamon, and tea leaves to boiling water. Continue boiling for 3 to 5 minutes, stirring constantly. Remove from heat. Cover and allow to steep until luke warm. Strain, and add sugar to taste. Serve in a clear glass over plenty of crushed ice. Top with half & half.

Traditional Variation: Substitute coconut milk for half & half. Decaffeinated Variation: Substitute decaffeinated tea leaves. Low-fat Variation: Substitute evaporated milk or rice milk for half & half. Natural Variation: Substitute unrefined cane sugar for refined sugar and beet powder for food coloring.

Pre-mixed Preparation

3 1/2 c water 1/3 c Thai tea 1/3 c sugar 1/3 c condensed milk 1/2 c half & half

Heat the water to boiling, then using four layers of cheesecloth as a filter, pour the water through the tea four times or until the tea until reaches the right color. Set the tea aside to cool. Mix together the remaining ingredients. Fill glasses with crushed ice; pour milk/sugar mixture about 1/2 full into each glass; carefully pour cooled tea over top to preserve separation.
Now just serve it.
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kool...
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