Chicken feet are common on menus in several other countries, but not so common here in the U.S. They can be a beer snack or a cold dish -- or even a soup.
ThisWeek staffers answer the question: Would you ever eat chicken feet?
Dennis Laycock: Maybe, but someone would have to show me how first.
Lisa Proctor: No. Who knows where the feet have been?
Nate Ellis: If offered, possibly, depending on how they were prepared and looked.
Andrew King: It seems pretty easy to find non-feet parts of the chicken, so I’ll probably prioritize those.
Scott Hummel: I'll never say never because my survival might depend on it someday. But I don't plan to eat them until I have to -- or unless some franchise puts them in my order without my knowledge.
Neil Thompson: Sure, why not? I'll try anything once.
Abby Armbruster: Heck no. Even when I was a meat-eater, there was no allure to try chicken feet.
Sarah Sole: Nah, I'm good.
Lee Cochran: What timing; we just bought a package when buying chicken breast and burgers for a cookout. We didn't have the guts to try it; however, we did have frog legs that night!