My first visit to the open-air market in Beersheba was an eye opener.
The fruits and vegetables were colorful, plentiful, and not expensive.
But seeing the heads and insides of cows or sheep displayed was not something I was used to in Jerusalem's Shuk Machane Yehuda.
This picture of the butcher with a long knife about to cut something I knew only from anatomy course made an "offal" impression on me.
Enlarge the photo if you have the stomach for it.
The term offal is used in the United Kingdom while in the United States organ meats or the euphemistic term variety meats is used instead.
If you really really want to learn the strange vocabulary, see this food blog.