This thread about Casa Bonita in Denver, and the quality of their food, reminded me of a menu I keep in my office. “Odd” in the sense of “unusual where I come from.”
Guinea pig is a staple food in the area. Here (in Huánuco, Peru) it was served roasted/grilled or as pachamanca and cut in half nose to tail. Tasty, but a lot of work to eat. The two guys from Lima who were with us definitely had an embarrassed attitude of “this is peasant/country/redneck food” when I said I was going to order it.