Although it didn't achieve all 12 spoons, Dai Due is truly a Wise Traditions dietary experience. This butcher shop and gourmet restaurant's menu varies according to local availability, but our menu included Tallow-Fried Rattlesnake Boudin Balls with Dijonnaise, Grilled Chicken Hearts with Jalapeño Honey and Mint, Wild Boar Confit with Charred Chile-Squash Bone Broth, Fried Rabbit Livers with Cherrybomb Buffalo Sauce, and Chicken Liver Mousse with Bacon-Black Garlic Jam and Buttermilk Bread. Every dish was delicious and my date said that it was the best dining experience he has had in the 10 years he has lived in Austin! And to top it off, our waitress also works at the local Farmer's Market and turned me on to a new farm with soy-free, pastured eggs that I didn't know about. It should be noted that I could have added another optional dollar sign to the Price Rating because 16 oz Wagyu Ribeye, Aged 24 Days for $69 was also available on the menu--heard it was the best from another table!