I actually like haggis. But maybe it's because I've used to eat things with similar taste, such as liver casserole (I have some in my fridge at the moment), blood sausages and such.
It's common for a finn to eat reindeer, but may be weird for some. Reindeer is really good! I've also eaten brown bear, and I have some moose meat (my hubby's friend hunted it down by himself) in our freezer atm, too. I've also cooked and ate a duck hunted by him.
Mämmi. Traditional finnish easter pudding made of rye. Hate it though. I don't like the taste even with sugar or cream.
I once ate swordfish in a restaurant. Calamari isn't weird either.
Hmmh. Oh well.
Liver casserole, reindeer, haggis, bear, swordfish, that's pretty much it. No insects or anything like that.
@MissMarie: HHhhhaaaaaaahhhhh....?! I've had a boar's.
Hmmm.. had LOTS. I do believe hearing that Thai people eat the most weirdest food.
-Chicken Feet (Not THAT weird)
-Spiders(SOME species, not all! xD)
-Have you guys ever eaten raw meat before?!?! fresh raw meat, not spoiled.
-OH! I forgot this one food. Not sure how to explain it to the point we're you'll understand what I'm talking about though. When a new born, 2 day old, calf is born, some people carve off it's hooves (SOFT hooves). It's not it's actual hooves that it needs, it's like soft bone, only needs it in it's mother "pouch". Ok.... pretty sure no one can understand what I'm saying, but you get the idea, it's some crazy food.
-Grasshoppers' abdomen (only big grasshoppers)
Uhhhhh.... that's all I can think of at the moment. They're many many more, but I just can't think of it.
Sounds delicious, right?!
[Ugh. Just thought of somthing I saw in Asia, but didn't try. It was I believe duck eggs, with partially formed ducks inside and just before they hatch they cook them and sell them on a stick.
Those are delicious!!! Why didn't you try it? My mouth is watering right now.