In all my years assisting with autopsies, the brain was my favorite part to extract. However, you'd never catch me sauteing these with eggs on a Sunday morning.Ingredients: The brain of a little lamb.
Preparation: Again, an internationally popular item for cuisine. There is also mention of Mario Batali's recipe for Lamb's Brain Ravioli on a few sites.
Ingredients: 18-day-old duck embryo
Preparation: peeled out of it's shell plopped right into your watering mouth
I have never spotted one of these and thought of it as potential form of protein. I'm hoping I never do...Ingredients: The only North American marsupial.
Preparation: Soup, stewed, pot pie, chili and dare I say it...possum tartare.
Yet another Southern delicacy. I thought raccoons were cute until a family of then set up shop in my attic last winter. First there was the sounds of digging and scratching. Being wakened in the middle of the night to the sounds of them chasing each other, playing and fighting. Then the discovery that they had "soiled" practically every inch of insulation. An expensive fix... Please eat them.Ingredients: One formerly cute, skinned raccoon.
Preparation: Bar-BQ'd, stewed, grilled, deep-fried, baked and stuffed (apples, stuffing, onions), pie, pot roast and meatloaf. The possibilities seem to be endless.