September 24, 2022

Tree to Table: Cicadas Make for Culinary Adventure at DC Restaurant | Voice of America

Parts of the United States are being invaded by a mass brood of cicadas that emerges from the ground once every 17 years.  For most people the noisy insects are a nuisance, but for others, they’re a meal. VOA’s Alam Burnahan has details in this story narrated by Irfan Ihsan.

Camera: Alam Burhanan, Irfan Ihsan, Ronan Zakaria

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