It was nice though, quite strong in flavour like venison.
Roo ain't bad. Not a bad steak and it's really good in stew. Wallaby is better though, I reckon. Less stringy.
Hailing from PNG, I've probably eaten some shit you guys wouldn't even understand. They probably never looked at crab and thought 'that shit looks too dangerous to eat', they would have been thinking 'yep. dinner!'. Snake was probably up there among my weirdest. Eel. Jellyfish. Lots of different seafood. There's a whole bunch of exotic fish that I couldnt name that have passed these lips. I've had some crazy bug-type shit before, as well, which was a bit weird. PNG food is pretty awesome though. One dish my mum does has like kaukau (sweet potato) with heaps of other vegies in coconut broth, with fish and all sorts of other awesome spices and shit! Mouth watering. Mumus (which is the PNG-equivalent of a hangi) are freakin' awesome! Usually pork goes in the bottom, with vegies and fish and all sorts of other stuff wrapped in banana leaves and thrown on top, and they cook it in the ground for like 6 or 7 hours.
There's also Bui tau (Betel nut), though it's more of a narcotic than a food, but some cultures use it in cuisine. Weird shit.
It still surpises me that many people haven't tried sago.
I've also had like witchetty grubs and stuff, which look gross, but taste aiight.
Ox toungue always weirded me out when my old man would make it, but it actually tastes pretty good.
Hmm. What else can I cassify as weird?!
Oh, Chicken feet. i didn't like it. And most of you know how I LOVE chicken.
Frog legs are awesome.
People think Abalone is strange, but we love it in Aus. Then there's the whole vegemite thing, which is weird for anyone who isn't Australian.
I'm sure I'll think of some others.
Not generally a fan of meat, these days, though.
Man pass revoked.