Eating insects isn’t confined to TV stars shoving them in live and wriggling as they endure another bushtucker trial on ‘I’m a Celebrity…’; the future for creepy crawlie meals is looking bright. From food futurologist Morgaine Gaye to TV presenter Stefan Gates, many people predict that we’ll be eating more of them in the future. They’re certainly nutritious and sustainable, but are they delicious? Here’s your chance to find out. From August 15-17 food adventurers Ento (short for entomophagy – the consumption of insects) are teaming up with Grey Goose vodka for a four-course feast of bugs and booze. The menu’s still in development, but your can expect the likes of waxworms, crickets and bee larvae to make an appearance. Scrumptious.
Eat Ento, undisclosed SE1 location. Tickets £75.