Bizzare European Delicacies By Laurel Miller - Gadling What constitutes "food" is relative, depending upon what part of the world you call home. In Asia, pretty much anything on no (snakes), two, four, six, or eight legs is up for grabs. Europe, however, has its own culinary oddities, as detailed below. Got maggots? Iceland Hákarl: Fermented, dried Greenland or basking shark. This tasty treat is prepared by burying the beheaded and gutted shark in a shallow hole in the ground for six to 12 weeks. Unsurprisingly, the end result is considered noxious to pretty much everyone on the planet aside from Icelanders. <snip> http://www.foxnews.com/leisure/2011/03/18/bizzare-european-foods/ Ummm...some of these sound interesting but I think I'll skip them.