I have another one that some people know about...
I have a stated goal of eating from every species I can get my hands on. A lot of people think this is a disgusting goal, but hear me out.
I did not say I'd eat every part of every species, nor that I would eat every possible meal available, nor that I'm into manly events of eating animals raw. So tripe, bull testicles, calf heart, live crickets, monkey brain... these are all out. I'm looking for a properly prepared, appetizing (to me) meal here, not a "eat something to make me vomit" fest.
Second, many of the things I have eaten, while not eaten in the US, are in fact eaten elsewhere. I offer up insects as an example - 74% of the world population regularly supplements their diet with insects, or lives in a country where doing so is socially acceptable. That it's "icky" in the US becomes a lot less relevant. Locust cakes are delicious, by the way.
Finally, I'm not really into killing. I don't go out and shoot these things, skin 'em, and eat 'em. I have them prepared for me, usually by someone who has prepared them for a long time.
To that end, I have eaten all of the "Common" animals in the US that I can find someone to serve me. This includes most of the wild animals hunted for food (bears, deer, elk, squirrels, boars, etcetera). I've also eaten some species that are common elsewhere, like Alligator, Crocodile, and Kangaroo. I plan to eat as many mammals as I possibly can, and even hope to visit other countries to get at their common animals.
I've also eaten many of the animals that aren't considered food sources here too. I've had a huge assortment of insects, nematodes (worms), and other creepy crawlers. I've had several "delicacy" species - rattlesnake is delicious, and BBQ mouse-on-a-stick is divine. I've also eaten pet species - cats, dogs, rabbits, horses, and so on.
I've eaten a LOT of fish. And a LOT of insects. I've eaten plenty of mammals and amphibians. I'm not so hot on birds - I've only eaten a few species of bird.
Basically though, If you can make me a meal I would find appetizing that includes an animal I have never eaten, I'll probably eat it.
I always get two questions:
1) What's the tastiest animal you have ever eaten?
Elk. Hands down the tastiest meat I have ever eaten.
Second would be a species of moth whose larva are huge - three inches long and a inch in diameter. Tastes like a marshmellow.
2) Would your list include "human"?
Certainly nobody I knew or liked...