Also known as tendergroin or swinging sirloin, these little darlings contain a lot of cholesteral. So, I may have to limit my consumption to a just a few dozen. I just wouldn't think you would want to order this delacacy rare and absolutely not "on the hoof".
I see a brokeback mountain weekend developing here;
[QUOTE=RoBoTeq;1764856]Also known as tendergroin or swinging sirloin,
Here they're not even called Rcky Mtn Oysters. They're just nuts. Were gonna have a nut fry. I'll bet that makes milk fly out of you guys noses! But here, you have a Nut Fry and everybody brings beer and stays up late. I make my own cocktail sauce too. Theres horseradish that grows wild in my town. I'll make a hot one and a mild Ol Bay one.
My doctor gave me six months to live, but when I couldn't pay the bill he gave me six months more.