Figatelli (from 'Fegato'; Corsican for liver) is a delicacy, little known outside of France, or its native Corsica.
Possibly not for all tastes, Figatelli is a pork, and pork liver, dried sausage that is usually lightly smoked. It has a strong liver flavour, and is mostly eaten cooked; although I myself always eat it as it comes.
I doubt it, but this may be available in your local top quality supermarket, otherwise you will have to visit a good Deli.
If interesting flavours are your bag, I recommend searching it out; but I wouldn't give it to your Granny or small children. Lady Magnon isn't too keen either.