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Unread 11-21-2003, 12:50 PM   #31
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Mountain Oysters?

How long do you wait before slicing a fried bird?
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Unread 11-21-2003, 12:52 PM   #32
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Mnt Oysters - No thanks?

Turkey: I usually give it 10-15 minutes minimum.
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10-15 sounds about right.
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what are the oysters? Beaver balls or something?
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Pig or Cow Balls. Not sure anymore
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I thought Mountain Oysters were bulls nuts. .

Also wasnt aware that cows can have balls. ?? :? Dont cows have them utter dings.
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Ideally mountain oysters are grilled :D traditionally on a hot shovel - I don't know why a shovel but that's what I've seen.

Mountain Oysters are usually bovine nuts (and you're right! cows don't have balls :D). Lamb fries are lamb nuts and they ARE deep fried.
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Ever see Chevy Chase in Funny Farm. Must rent. Breaks the lamb fry record with 30 (wait, 29, since he spits out the last one when he finds out what it is)

Anywho.
The fact that David has this inside knowledge on the subject scares me. Picture that picture he posted in LowCarb forum, after 26 miles, feet killing him, he plops down in front of a shovel full of Bison Balls. Scary. Applies cooling gel as needed :)

So David, while contemplating slamming me back, it would be awesome for you to slip in a story where you serve like 500 pig nuts to these charity cooks you do.

"Hey Guys, served 2 tons of Blue Balls this weekend to the N.O.W. this weekend." That would be a thread.
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I thought Mountain Oysters were bulls nuts. .

Also wasnt aware that cows can have balls. ?? :? Dont cows have them utter dings.
That's right a cow you stump break a bull you say HELLO and run like hell !!!!
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what does this have to do with deep frying a turkey?
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what does this have to do with deep frying a turkey?
What, you don't enjoy gaining peripheral knowledge??

As to how I know this stuff -- I grew up in a small town, raised my own beef, rabbits, chickens, etc. and had 5 years of vo-ag (FFA) -- to this day I will not dress chicken and eat it on the same day!! The butchering scent lingers :D

I pass on the balls - beef, lamb, pork, etc. I can cook 'em but I don't eat 'em. :D
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what does this have to do with deep frying a turkey?
Well, we will have all those bags of giblets and other crap on Thursday. Or do you fry yours with the bird?

Giblets with a Nut (ball) glaze might be something the brothers want to serve to their guests (and LTAO when the people love it)
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I want to know how frying turkeys went to mountain oysters

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If you don't know -- we can't explain it! :D

Stick around long enough and it'll make sense!! Now that's scary.

At least we stayed on a food topic - sort of! :D
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