Looks gross doesn't it? But deceit and trickery is part of the game, too. Some thought this was worms, some thought squid tentacles. But really is is just oriental mushrooms. One of the kids passed and gave the other team a point on this one. Just looked too awful to eat. Of course I was going on about how sorry I was that they had picked it. What a stinker, I am!
This is eel. And it actually was not bad at all. The kids took this plate to lunch with them and finished it off and wondered where they could get more. I was really surprised.
Liver pate'. Smelled like cat food. Nuff said.Yes, those are what you think they are. Crickets. We buy them from a specialty store that carries flavored bugs. These are bacon and cheese flavored.
This was another psych out.
And the grossest of the gross. Squid in natural ink. Very, very, very, very, very disgusting.
Our teams had a tie, so a tie-breaker was in order. Miss Linsi made a lovely hors d'oeuvres for a challenge. The contestants scarfed it down like it was nothing. Unreal! So they ended in a tie-both teams were winners in this contest. And now I need to come up with something a little more challenging for the next Survivor Camp!