We asked the BuzzFeed Community to share the delicious delicacies their country is known for. Here are the 17 best submissions: 1. Mexico: Escamol View this photo on Instagram instagram.com "Escamol are ant eggs, and you might not believe it, but they taste like butter."—pattmv 2. US: Frog legs View this photo on Instagram instagram.com "I’m from Mississippi and I love frog legs. It’s a Southern delicacy."—Taywill99 3. South Korea: Beondegi Ma-no / Getty Images —shinnamThis South Korean street food is made with silkworm pupae and served with toothpicks. It's also served in cans in grocery stores and enjoyed as a nutty snack. 4. US: Brain sandwich View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Back in the mid-1900s, fried brain sandwiches were a popular dish in the Midwest, and the perfect high-fat meal for tired blue-collar workers getting off long shifts. 5. UK: Black pudding Nobtis / Getty Images "It's not actually a pudding; it's actually a blood sausage made from pig's blood that's very common in a full English breakfast. Tastes much better than it sounds."—nicolaracheld 6. Iceland: Kæstur hákarl Iam-photography / Getty Images "Kæstur hákarl is fermented shark; it’s sometimes served with brennivin, a vodka-like spirit, because the shark's taste is so strong!"—darbyl440e7e494 7. Germany: Schmalz Dirkr / Getty Images In Germany, rendered animal fat is often used as sandwich spread or for frying. 8. Finland: Mykyrokka View this photo on Instagram instagram.com "As I write this I am realizing that the Finnish eat a lot of food made from blood, including blood dumpling soup (mykyrokka), blood pudding, and black sausage."—Pip.RMykyrokka is a soup made with blood and barley dumplings as well as other offal. 9. Colombia: Hormigas culonas View this photo on Instagram instagram.com "Known as 'big-bottomed ants,' hormigas culonas are a delicacy in my country."—mariod4ebf38e94 10. Nicaragua: Beef tongue Angelsimon / Getty Images "I know it sounds disgusting, but don't knock it til you try it!"—gabijolieTongue is actually a part of many cuisines, including Korean, Italian, and Polish cuisine. 11. India: Red ant chutney View this photo on Instagram instagram.com "This delicacy is found in Chhattisgarh, India."—KARAN0508The spicy chutney is made using a ground mix of red ants and their eggs, tomatoes, coriander, garlic, ginger, and chili. 12. Australia: Kangaroo meat Jackie_istock / Getty Images "I live in the US, but my parents are Australian and Norwegian. And in Australia, my parents ate kangaroo meat. It sounds crazy, but it's just like eating deer here in the states."—annabelm494997693 13. Japan: Shirako Y-studio / Getty Images "In Japan we eat shirako aka cod sperm sacs. They're cooked raw, boiled, steamed, and all sorts of other ways. You name it, it's been done."—chiaki415 14. Russia: Kholodets View this photo on Instagram instagram.com "In Russia, we have what's called Kholodets, or meat jelly usually made of pork bones and pork meat."—r40f12f424 15. Canada: Moose meat Birgittas / Getty Images "I don't know how much of a traditional delicacy it is, but I'm Canadian and I've eaten moose meat a few times. Honestly, it just tastes kind of like spicy beef."—mattys417b8c128 16. Peru: Cuy asado View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Roasted guinea pig, or cuy asado, is a delicacy in Peru, and is saved for special occasions. The rise in tourism to Peru, however, has also led to a rise in this dish's prominence in tourist-friendly menus. 17. Norway: Smalahove View this photo on Instagram instagram.com "In Norway some people gather for a party to eat smalahove, which is basically a cooked sheep's head. The most delicious part, according to those who eat it, is the eye."—lunalunds Want to be featured in similar BuzzFeed posts? Follow the BuzzFeed Community on Facebook and Twitter!