- Teens (age 13-18)
- Food & Drink
- Life Sciences
- Nature & Environment
Americans love to chow down on lobster and shrimp, but in other parts of the world, people dine on these arthropods' land-based cousins as well. Insects are delicious and nutritious staples, yet an outdated taboo makes us get all squirmy at the thought of it. With 2,000 flavors and textures to play with, cooking with insects can be as fun as it is beneficial to local and global health. Curious about broadening your palette? Join us for a public conversation and optional sampling of traditional delicacies as bug breeder Chelsea Thomas and comic artist Blue Delliquanti discuss raising insects for the table and writing a graphic novel about love in the time of grasshopper tacos. Connect with our event on Facebook and RSVP on our Atlanta Science Tavern Meetup page.
Note: This event is first come, first served. We anticipate it being quite full, so we will open doors at 6:30pm.
AIR Serenbe, the artist in residence program in Chattahoochee Hills, GA, invests in artists of all disciplines through their Focus Fellowship and Project Residency initiatives. They are thrilled to be partnering with Atlanta Science Festival this year on a special Project Residency that explores the worlds of insect cuisine, comics, and beyond...Find out more about AIR Serenbe at airserenbe.com.