Despite a frozen food producer being caught up in a scandal over horsemeat found in beef products in the United Kingdom, Sweden and France many Brits are confessing that they actually enjoyed the taste of horse, with many even admitting that they couldn't tell the difference between, beef, horse, goat, pork or even chicken, especially when minced and covered in sauces, spices and cheese.
So popular has become horsemeat, albeit unknowingly, a new fast food chain, Mr Eds, has opened in several British cities, serving up tasty snacks such as Foal Burger, Deep Fried and Beer Battered Pony and for those on a budget Donkey Dogs.
"It all tastes the same to me" said Dave Smith of Leeds "I mean, if no one had said anything, I would have never known that my frozen lasagna, burgers and pies even had horse meat in them. It tastes pretty good to me, to be perfectly honest."
Mr Ed owner, Doug Osmond, is confident that his new chain of restaurants will be a hit.
"For a start it is cheaper and full of nutrition, it is a stable food."
However not everyone is happy.
Greg Hope, who purchased a happy meal for his kids, which consisted of 5 stallion nuggets, made from the carcasses of dead racehorses, says he was disappointed.
"When I got home I open the box up...and...they were off!"