My name isn't Rosie, I like to eat meat but not the factory/intensively farmed kind.
I love pork (fattened my own for the last three years), lamb, and mutton. I enjoy beef, and haven't eaten buffalo but would love to try.
Deer and wild boar I love. I have tried and really enjoyed moose and elk. Also tried crocodile but thought it bland. Oh, and my local pub used to serve squirrel pie - tasty but a lot of bones. Rabbit I'm not so partial to.
I can dress a feathered pheasant, chicken, duck or other random small game bird and love to eat them all. Especially duck. Hubby shot a Canada goose once and it was surprisingly delicious.
Frogs legs I used to enjoy when younger, but not so much now. Ditto snails.
Turkey I just find bland, but will continue trying.
All innards, outers and squishy bits are there to be enjoyed, especially liver. But I will not pay for pate de fois gras
Never tried hedgehog, but would be happy to.
Fish of all shape and sizes I love, especially smoked salmon, crab, lobster, oysters and mussels and caviare. I've had jellied eel, but didn't feel a need to rush out to buy any more.
Ummm have I missed anything? Oh yes, I had Sea Cucumber in South Africa. Again, I didn't feel the need to repeat.
Oh yes, food is for the enjoying