WATCH | Khai Khao is a chicken egg with a half-developed embryo in it, served on a skewer over a grill
We found Khai Khao at an open-air market in the Mae Rim District, outside of Chiang Mai, Thailand. The eggs are allowed to develop to varying degrees, so customers can choose if they want one that is closer to an egg, or closer to a chicken. The inside of the egg is actually removed through a hole in the shell, cooked in a sauce, put back into the shell, and then steamed. It is then heated up on a grill before it is served.
WATCH | Thailand is not the only country where you can find partially-developed embryos inside of bird eggs for food. It is also a common dish in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia. In the Philippines, it is called "balut"
WATCH | We tried Laap Kwaai, which is a plate of raw bison offal
WATCH | We tried aep ong-o, or pig brains, in Chiang Mai
WATCH | At a lakeside in restaurant in Chiang Mai, Thailand, you can order a bowl full of live shrimp. Good luck eating all of them though -- the shrimp jump, or dance, out of the bowl they are served in.