Caterpillar canapes, anyone? How about ant egg appetizers? Families can sink their teeth into four chef demonstrated recipes featuring these creepy crawlers. Taste and experience insect-inspired cuisine, known as entomophagy, at the San Antonio Botanical Garden Culinary tent with Jonathan Cammack, Texas A&M entomology PhD, Molly Keck, a Texas Agrilife Extension entomologist, and the talented SABOT chefs. Menu forthcoming, but trust it will be memorable and healthy. Family activities such as cricket races, maggot art, and more included with general admission.
$25 per person ($22.50 member) for keynote and tastings; $35 ($31.50 members) for keynote and tastings with drink pairing (21+ years of age with valid ID). Register Here.
Underwritten by the San Antonio Botanical Garden and Texas Agrilife Extension Service