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Re: Re: Haggis and other gross food

Mountain oysters in Idaho too. They don't serve them whole, they apparently serve them (beef testicles) like french fries. DH ate them once, when at a country dinner and had ridden with another, and was hungry. I don't think he knew what they were before he ate, actually. A nearby community's volunteer fire dept. has an annual "Nut Fry" to raise funds. Margaret L

They're also called calf fries too, so don't get fooled on that either. In Colorado, I'm told they're called Rocky Mountain oysters. UGH!
My earlier question still applies...
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