Interview

Cricket Man is Interviewed…

"...There is a very deep message within “As the Crickets Chirp” and “Night of the Frogs” and the other dramedy/parodies I do. Several messages, as a matter of fact."
Podcast Bonus "Night of the Frogs"

Podcast Bonus: “Night of the Frogs”

Who knows what evil lurks in the tongue of a frog?
Cricketlicious Cafe Special Podcast

Podcast Bonus: “Cricketlicious Cafe Season 1 Special”

Every Cricketlicious Cafe Episode, with recipes and time markers in the podcast for you to follow along!
Chef Joseph Yoon

Podcast: #12 “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn” -Chef Joseph Yoon

Our Season 1 Finale features an interview with culinary artist and master Ento Chef Joseph Yoon.
Ento Nation Podcast Episode #11

Podcast: #11 “Otago Locusts / Kevin Bachhuber”

In this episode we talk with Malcolm Diack, founder of Otago Locusts in New Zealand, and Kevin Bachhuber of Bachhuber Consulting.
Bugeater Foods All Things Bugs

Podcast: #10 “Bugeaters & Powder Makers”

On this edition of the Ento Nation podcast, we talk with Julianne Kopf, COO and co-Founder of Bugeater Foods.  We also have a chat with Dr. Aaron T. Dossey, Founder of All Things Bugs.

Podcast: #9 “Christmas Special: Bugs Save Kids”

Our Christmas Special focuses on two organizations that are actually doing good in the world, literally saving lives and improving communities by teaching them how to farm certain insects: Farms for Orphans run by Dr. Amy Franklin in Africa, and MealFlour run by Elizabeth Frank and Gabby Wimer in Central America.

Podcast: “Cricketlicious Cafe Special #1”

For your Ento dining pleasure, we present three of our Cricketlicious Cafe segments featuring bug-based recipes you can make at home while following along with our resident Ento Chef ChefPV or one of our Special Guest Chefs.

Podcast: #8 “The Battle of Evermore” RNA

the Cricket Man has a thought-provoking and enlightening conversation with Robert Nathan Allen aka RNA. RNA is the founder of Little Herds, a non-profit organization that educates and empowers communities, both locally and globally, to support and promote the use of insects for food and feed as an environmentally sound and economically viable source of nutrition.