Just saw they have buffalo burgers at Aldi this week. Must try!Buffalo tastes pretty much like beef. I'd save my money.
I noticed a slight difference when I've cooked with buffalo. I liked it okay but DH didn't so we don't get that anymore.
In a given week, we have chicken, shrimp, and the occasional salmon fillet. I grew up eating pork and ham more often, but I myself have only cooked pork chops or pork roast or ham a handful of times. DH eats deli ham, and we get bacon or sausages a few times a year. I make a ground beef stew and sliced beef soup a few times in the winter, and we have (beef) burgers or steaks a few times each summer, but don't eat beef much more often than that.
I'll do a roast chicken once or twice a month, and roast turkey a few times a year. I love turkey but they're big and take a lot of effort so they're a special treat. I love lamb in many different forms, but haven't had any luck cooking it so I'll get that at restaurants instead. We have lobster once a year on a holiday, and crab at specialty seafood restaurants.
The most exotic things I've eaten are Peking duck, rabbit, alligator, conch, escargot, crawfish, and probably goat (mystery meat stew in Turkey), but usually as one-offs while traveling. If I've eaten offal or tripe, it was not on purpose! I've had liver a few times and just don't like the texture.