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A couple of summer pest recipes

Last summer I posted a recipe for Yellowjacket Apple Crisp. I just came across two more recipes involving some stinging insects.

Wasp's Nest Cake doesn't incorporate a wasp nest at all -- I guess it's just supposed to look like one. It actually sounds yummy, with vanilla pudding, yellow cake mix, milk, butterscotch chips and whipped cream as the ingredients.

On the other hand, you can try this recipe for Yellowjacket Soup at your own risk:

Gather ground-dwelling yellow jackets whole comb early in the morning. Place over heat right side up to loosen grubs. Remove grubs. Place comb over heat again until the cover parches. Remove and pick out the yellow jackets and brown in oven. Make soup by boiling in water and season with grease and salt.

June 14, 2006 in Amusement | Permalink

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