Yep, are you interested? Its really easy, the Ibo guys would pull off the legs and wings and then put em in a big pan and one guy would just sit by a fire and roast em slowly over the coals. Hed adjitate the pan and they didnt add a whole lot into the pan at any one time. Theyd then dump em into a woven bowl and do another batch. Then they would put em in the metal pan and shake em over the fire for about 10 or so minutes more (theyd crisp up better)and then theyd add all the flavors or spices. They were really good and Im not a nut. Locusts are one of the finnest wild food along with wild yams.
I could still eat em today with no problem.
Ill bet if you put in some searches for recipes to toast locusts, youd probably find several.
The one food I could NOIT eat was turtle, GAAAAGH, they had a really funky taste that was eaten more or less "rotten" when cooked (Some goat dishes the Muslim peoples would let get suitably gamey before cooking--kinda like roadkill).
Id start the locusts in a small metal colander over a gas flame or charcoal(charcoal is best) . Remember to remove the legs and wings cause those parts will burn first and impart a kind of burnt hair taste. (you know the smell).
The garlic and spices was necessary at the end to add some more interest .
GO for it!! Im not kidding. Think about it.The first cave guys who ate a clam probably felt the same revulsion until they ate their first one and all together thought
"Hey these would go great with some beer"