BAR HARBOR, Maine — Sometimes the creepy-crawlies can be crispy, if you can bring yourself to bite a bug.
If you combine the critters with other foods or flavors such as brittle, garlic, butter, crackers or hummus, you can chow down on chocolate chirpers or even make a minor meal out of mealworms.
It’s just that some people can’t see themselves scarfing down scorpions or gulping a grasshopper, which is why edible insects were offered to the public this weekend at College of the Atlantic. In the spirit of the Halloween season, the college’s Dorr Museum of Natural History was open Saturday evening to visitors who wanted to see the museum’s animal specimens, view marine creatures in a touch tank or make children’s Halloween masks.
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