I absolutely love nigiri and sashimi, as long as there's no wasabi. I can't stand maki. The seaweed in the rolls is disgusting. I've had to eat seaweed before, and it's not only gross, but it's rubbery. Also, if I'm going to enjoy sushi, I have to be in the right mood for it, it's not something I can eat all the time.
Off the sushi train, though, I've found that I love squid and octopus. It's really good, if it's cooked well.
I miss being able to eat clam chowder and smoked mussels, and never having gotten the chance to try raw oysters. I mean, I still could, but the stomach upset that's bound to come with it for the next several days isn't worth it, really.
Venison is delicious. So is reindeer. And moose.
Apparently when I was younger, a great uncle brought meat to a family gathering and shared it with everyone before he said what it was. Raccoon, when prepared properly, isn't all that bad. Neither is shark.
I have tried fried gator and hated it, but mostly that was because of the spices they used in the breading. I'd be more than willing to try it again without all the spice.
Lamb is really nice to eat, but I'm not so fond of goat. I've heard goats described as in-your-face, and I suppose that's true whether they're alive and head butting you or on your plate and overpowering most other flavors.