Some of the most unique, and pricey, treats from around the globe.
As food from various countries becomes easier to find at home, travellers are increasingly on the hunt for unique experiences. And the kitchens of the world are more than happy to oblige with dishes that demand an adventurous palate and often a fat wallet to enjoy. Whether you think such delicacies are delicious or just plain weird, the following slideshow illustrates that people will put just about anything in their mouths and pay top dollar for the privilege.
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