REISTERSTOWN, Md. (WJZ) — A mother-daughter cooking team – Dana and Maks Posner – know their way around a kitchen.
“I’ve been cooking with Maks since she could sit up in her car seat,” Dana said.READ MORE: FDA Says To Avoid Eating Cicadas 'If You're Allergic To Seafood'
To help bring people together and give them something to do during the pandemic, the two started doing cooking demonstrations on her school’s PTA Facebook page. Their most recent live stream is all the buzz – deep-fried cicadas.
“It’s an experience,” Dana said. “They only come once in 17 years, so why not embrace it?”READ MORE: Chouquette Chocolates Is Selling Chocolate-Covered Cicadas, Shares Recipe
They nicknamed themselves the “Brood X Chefs,” with their specialty being deep-fried Old Bay cicadas.
“Taste like an Old Bay french-fry,” said Josh, Dana’s husband.
The Brood X Chefs don’t have any plans to experiment with different bugs.MORE NEWS: Eating Cicadas Is Actually Good For The Environment And Apparently They Taste Like Shrimp