Now that all the Halloween celebrations are coming to an end, many people across the country will be tearing down their decorative plastic spiders from their walls. But in parts of Asia, these little creepy-crawlies are seasoned and displayed year-round. Here are 10 insect and bug dishes from across Asia that are as scary as they are delicious:1. Korean Beondegi
A mosquito bigger than a human hand was recently caught by an insect expert in China.
With a wingspan of 11.15 centimeters (4.4 inches), the specimen is about 10 times longer than an average mosquito.
A Taiwanese university student started farming cockroaches as pet food which he now turns into a thriving business that makes thousands of dollars. The student, identified as Tong, started buying cockroaches merely as a source of food for his pet.
The 20-year-old eventually realized that spending for these intrusive insects frequently can be quite cumbersome for his budget. With that said, the Taiwanese student started farming cockroaches on his own in order to lessen his expenses.
A mantis in Japan ends up becoming a passenger inside a driver’s vehicle, but instead of paying a fare, the insect opted to pay its dues by dancing.
People often see praying mantises as vicious killing machines instead of graceful dancers.
A woman from Thailand documented her recent horrific dining experience which involved eating nearby a bunch of cockroaches.
According to AsiaOne, the woman, named Kapong Pang, posted a photo using her Facebook account that captured cockroaches and centipedes as they emerged from a flooded drain at a street side food stall.