Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Rats, spiders on the menu for globe-hopping Clinton Schoolers

Posted By on Wed, Jun 27, 2012 at 2:16 PM

Make mine EXTRA spicy, please
  • Make mine EXTRA spicy, please


We couldn't help but chuckle over this post from the blog of the Clinton School for Public Service, in which the blogger described just a few of the culinary oddities sampled by Clinton School students during their work around the world. Examples: Ostrich chili, hot and spicy spiders, fire ants with beef, and "Royal Rat."

Stay safe out there, kids, and keep up the good works. Don't eat anything that's still squirming.

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