Lionfish have swarmed the U.S. East Coast, wiping out local species. The good news is, they taste great in sushi form.
Feral pigs are believed to cause over $50 million worth of damage each year in the U.S. But people in the southern states know they taste pretty good on the barbecue.
An aggressive Eurasian species of garlic mustard has spread across the U.S. Turn it into pesto, though, and it makes for delicious pasta.
The invasive Asian carp is a threat to native species in the Great Lakes states. Luckily, local fishermen have found it tastes great fried with Cajun spices.
The bullfrog has colonized much of the planet. It's highly prized for its succulent legs.
The Japanese weed Kudzu is highly invasive. It works well in a creamy, mozzarella-based quiche.
The cannonball jellyfish is a popular salad ingredient in Asia, and is now turning up on menus in its adopted home of North America.
The European green crab has devastated native species in the U.S. Note to chefs: It's delicious stir-fried or in soups.
Rusty crayfish has spread north from the Ohio region, displacing local crayfish, but can be eaten the same way -- and they taste just as good.