Interesting article on the BBC website today about why some meats are seemingly "normal", whilst others are considered more unusual.
Most meat eaters eat chicken, lamb, pork and beef on a regular basis, whilst things like rabbit, goat etc are less common.
I'm not sure why this should be - we often pick up a rabbit from our local farmers' market - makes a lovely stew. We can often find goat at Leicester Market, and make curried goat.
I've never (knowingly) eaten horse, but I wouldn't have a problem with doing so.
During, and just after, World War II rabbit was a common food - witness songs such as Run, Rabbit, Run - it could be easily trapped in the woods etc, and supplemented peoples rations. When rationing stopped, rabbit, hare and similar hunted game fell out of favour, and is now more of a "niche" foods.
Same goes for offal - we all have memories of being served liver for school dinners that was more suitable for re-soling shoes, but properly prepared liver, kidneys and various other offal can be delicious.
What would persuade you to eat some of these more unusual things?