Dh and I just finished a nice piece of belly pork with crackling. We eat quite a bit of pork, also beef, also chicken. Lamb is nice, but nicest in the form of a large roasting joint, and unless we have visitors that's too much for us (and I'm not so keen on it cold). Turkey occasionally, generally diced simply because of quantity, but I'll probably look for giant drumsticks to roast. Bacon is of course a favourite, and I've had venison, ostrich, various game birds, kangaroo... ostrich steaks are very good.
I'm trying to cook two vegetarian meals per week (curried Quorn is good) and to eat more fish, which generally mean salmon or a fish pie. Had some halibut not long ago which was really good, and tuna is so meaty it's almost like steak, but I've never been keen on plaice and the like. Cod and chips is an irregular treat and well worth eating.
We're also partial to liver (chicken or lamb, pork is too strong) and kidneys (lamb, again). I used to cook lamb's hearts in the slow cooker, but am not keen enough on the results to go to the trouble these days. Also, I'm not sure I'd be able to find hearts without making a special effort! Have not tried sweetbreads or brains, but tongue is nice.