I was in Japan and had a katsudon with the egg half-cooked, half raw and runny over the fried pork cutlet. It added a lot to the texture and made me wish you could still get a Ceasar's salad in America with a raw egg mixed in it. Is the risk of salmonella really that bad? Make customers sign a waiver absolving the restaurant of responsibility if you have to, but I think the ceasar lost something when it lost the egg. I would love to try that. My dad, having grown up in England, really misses bread with drippings and that looks awesome and I'd love to try it too and I can't. What are some foods that because of changing tastes, health reasons or regional differences you can't find anywhere and you either crave them or you're really curious to try them because you haven't?