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June 14, 2021

IF THE HEALTH INSPECTOR FINDS INSECTS IN THE KITCHEN, THE RESTAURANT GETS FINED. AND YET…

Restaurant tests out pizza topped with cicadas

(Thanks to Jay Brandes)

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Tell people it's lo-fat, lo-cal, and high protein, and they'll pay big bucks for it.

And if anyone doesn't like it, they'll cleanse their palate with a Tide pod.

So, Chicago style?

Hard pass.

I'm trying to decide between the cicada pizza and the anchovy pizza.

But, it could only be on the menu every 17th year.

If this catches on science will figure out a way to make artificial cicada flavoring, much the same way they're making vanillin from the breaking down discarded plastic by treating it with E-coli.

I live only 15 minutes from this place.

I am keeping a very safe distance away.

BTW, I have yet to see a cicada anywhere. Maybe they are attracted to pizza dives?

By the time you can see them, it's already too late.

I do not want my pizza to crunch.

Don't bug me, man!

https://youtu.be/HbTvKUttFXI

Dead or alive cicadas?

In 17 years, you will be hungry again.

I, too, live not far from this restaurant. There is no way that they will ever see me in their joint. Cabbage on a pizza? Ewww.

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