A disturbing creation has been developed by a North Carolina restaurant that is available for a few lucky patrons.
The form of this creation is a burger that contains a cooked tarantula.
This creation was thought up by the restaurant Durham’s Bull City Burger and Brewery. This burger was created as part of their yearly celebration known as “exotic meats month.” This month also includes other exotic choices such as rabbit, python, and camel. However, it is the tarantula burger that has garnered the most popularity and intrigue from Durham’s customers. Tarantula Burger Available at North Carolina Restaurant
An Instagram post recently posted by Bull City Burger revealed the burger, which looks like a normal burger, with the exception of a dead tarantula sitting atop the burger, sauce, lettuce, and another seasoning. The post explains that three people ate the burger each day, and there is reasoning as to why these three people were not allowed to all eat it at one sitting.
In addition to being a meal that is somewhat shocking, the tarantula burger is also unique in that Durham’s will only serve one per day. People who are looking to eat the tarantula burger must enter a raffle. Should their number be selected, they are granted forty-eight hours to claim their place at the table with the spider burger, which is currently selling for thirty dollars. If the lucky contestants finish the entire burger, they are awarded a commemorative t-shirt would honor their successful consumption of the spider burger. Since there is only a limited number of people who are allowed to eat the burger, the t-shirt also represents bragging rights and the ability to explain to people how a tarantula burger tastes.
Many of those who have tasted the tarantula burger claim that it resembles a kind of shellfish, which does not sound bad at all.
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