It started out so small and innocent

It was just a simple post on my blog that has turned into a nightmare (the good kind.)

Welcome to SpiderFest 2010.

Thursday, December 9, 2010

I really didn't think

this was real. 

Have to thank Patrick over at Raven's Borrow (a great blog that you should be checking out) for this one.

I really like I would die if someone made me eat one of these.

Crispy, crunchy, and finger-lickin' . . . SPIDER!

•Oven-baked and ready to eat - just remove the fangs first.

•A charming (and hairy) delicacy of Cambodia.

•Dare you to eat one!

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Almost everyone on planet Earth, one way or another, is scared of spiders. There are many ways to conquer arachnophobia (the fancy name for said fear of spiders). But there is one method that we like better than any other: eat your fear. Literally. Just get an Oven-Baked Tarantula and eat the thing that frightens you.

Right now you're wondering if this tarantula is real. Yup! Every Oven-Baked Tarantula is baked in its native Cambodia, and collected from monitored sources (to protect the tarantula's natural population). Each one is baked, crunchy, and just a little hairy - but ready to eat right out of the package. Just don't forget to remove the fangs first. Then, enjoy your yummy Cambodian delicacy - your very own Oven-Baked Tarantula. Sorry, Jimmy.

If you are insane and must have one....sorry, they are out of stock (darn, I am SOOO heartbroken.)
I know I owe you Spiderfest pictures.....I promise to work on them this weekend!


  1. I've heard they taste like Soft Shell Crab. I actually want to try them. Don't hate me...

  2. I'd buy one just to give it to my mom, or my sister, or I could just eat one in front of them. The possibilities are endless :D