From BBQ-ed Baby Chickens to Deep-Fried Tarantulas

My own version of WEIRD FOODS PHOTOGRAPHY…because I was to “chicken” to try them out.

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But luckily,  my girlfriend was up for the challenge so off we went to hunt out for the  sought-after Phnom Penh delicacy, a Deep-fried tarantula with Stir-fried crickets on the side.

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While walking along the street of PP,  we found ourselves right smack in the middle of Phnom Penh  Streetfood Central

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Sauteed crickets, Deep-fried tarantulas, Stir fried Roaches, Marinated Silk worms,  Barbequed Baby Chickens, Skewered Pig Ears.  Yep, name it and they’ve got and they are all being sold along side the less bizarre Breaded Shrimp balls, Stir-fried noddles and Stuffed Squid.

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So, while my girlfriend snacked on the culinary oddities of Cambodia, I sampled the local cuisine for the less adventurous…stir-fried noodles with a side of barbequed shrimp…”haha, Im such a girl!”

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One thought on “From BBQ-ed Baby Chickens to Deep-Fried Tarantulas

  1. Pingback: From BBQ-ed Baby Chickens to Deep-Fried Tarantulas | The Scene, My Camera and Me

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