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January 17, 2014 Insect-eating is catching on with some in the United States. But it's everyday behavior in many other cultures. Commentator Barbara J. King wonders how meat eaters and vegetarians in the U.S. react to dishes with grasshoppers and katydids as key ingredients.
December 1, 2010 You may have tried venison. I've even tried kangaroo. But Hank Shaw has a question for you adventurous meat-eaters: What about bear? As recently as 1957, they used to be hunted and eaten. Or are they somehow different to you, and why?
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