Club Ento hosted a dinner at Azel Backus House on Saturday, Dec. 2, that enabled guests, some formally attired, to experience a meal enriched with protein sourced from crickets. Beginning with goat cheese and cricket appetizers and concluding with cricket-infused brownies, the evening was deemed a success by attendees. Organizers included Club Ento President Spencer Woolfson '20 and Vice President Lila Reid '20.

Club Ento promotes entomophagy, the human consumption of insects and arachnids as food, and other sustainable food - from cricket flour cookies to chocolate covered silkworms. 

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