Bored of beef? Caca of chicken? *Adjective that starts with 'p'* of pork? Well then look no further than this page for ideas on how to serve the "less popular" meats available today!
Giraffe: Unbeknownst to most people, the neck of a giraffe is in fact a very tender and succulent cut of meat. It also has the advantage that a single giraffe can provide over two hundred cuts of giraffe neck steak.
Kangaroo: Kangaroo tail can be tastier and more filling that chicken leg, if you're happy with only getting one per 'roo. The pelt also makes a fine purse.
White Rhinoceros: Incredibly delicious, but a bit expensive considering that there are fewer than a thousand left on the earth.
Amoebae: Think about it, when was the last time you ate an amoeba? Go back and try this classic with sweet and sour sauce. If you don't have any sauces, they can be really good plain too.
Archeopteryx: Dinosaurs can be delicious, but make sure you get a healthy one from a reputable store. Most archeopteryx chop shops have really dry, bony cuts of meat from this specimen.
Skunk: Sure, it SMELLS bad, but have you ever taken the time to TASTE one? No time like the present.
Vampire: Best caught and cooked during the day, vampire fillets have the strange property of being rare no matter how long you cook them. Don't worry: you only become a vampire if it bites YOU, not the other way around.
Sloth: Significantly cheaper than white rhino, and significantly easier to catch too.
Mad cow: Don't listen to the hype, whatever makes the cow mad also makes it taste delectable.
Human: Maybe Jonathon Swift had the right idea. Potatoes are bland and uninteresting by comparison.
Armed with this list, you can now go forth and expand your culinary palette. Just don't tell anyone it was my idea.