A smidgen of pigeon, a ration of rat, or maybe a forkful of fox?
And do eat a beetle! It’s battered and buttered; just bite it straight out of the box.
You can slurp up the slime from a slug for a dime. A centipede costs just a cent.
Or a chocolate-poached cockroach with wisps of fresh wasps is certainly money well spent.
Mice are quite nice served with lashings of lice, especially when hairy and moulting.
Yes, cooking up pests is the thing we do best! It’s a pity they all taste revolting.