By now, you've probably heard that MURDER HORNETS have made their way from Asia to the U.S. for the first time. Well, apparently if they don't murder you, they can make for a delicious snack.
In Japan . . . where the murder hornets kill up to 50 people a year . . . people have been eating them for a while. They're even considered a delicacy.
It turns out they're pretty high in protein, and since they're two inches long, they're easy to pan fry and serve on a skewer. And more than 30 fancy restaurants have them on the menu.
A guy in New York who runs a company dedicated to edible insects says, quote, "People have compared it to a popcorn-y flavor without the butter."