Rocky Mountain oysters, also known as prairie oysters in Canada, is a dish made
of bull, pig or sheep testicles. The organs are often deep-fried after being ...
Feb 23, 2006 ... At the time, the free adult-magazine market on the Front Range was dominated
by the Rocky Mountain Oyster, a mainstay of retro '70s soft-core ...
Let's get a few things straight: Whether you call them Rocky Mountain oysters,
calf fries, or swinging beef, this novelty dish isn't seafood and wasn't invented in ...
Virginia City celebrates its nuttiest festival—the 23rd annual Rocky Mountain
Oyster Fry—on March 15. This zany tradition summons more than 20 cooks
Jun 4, 2012 ... A writer for the Oxford American samples calf fries at Throckmorton's Rocky
Mountain Oyster Festival for the magazine.
Aug 6, 2015 ... That year, we watched not only the Testicle Festival's main event—the
competitive eating of bull balls (a.k.a. "Rocky Mountain oysters") —but ...
Mar 19, 2015 ... ... and magazines around the world which line the staircase and entryway. ...
Reason to visit: Buffalo prime rib, Rocky Mountain oysters, game and reptile ... is
the Rocky Mountain oysters, a nice way of saying bulls' testicles.
Jun 10, 1985 ... Er, prairie oysters. Bull fries. Swinging steak. Or, as one Denver broadcaster put it
during the Great Rocky Mountain Oyster Controversy, with ...
A cooking competition may seem pretty ordinary...but Virginia City doesn't do
ordinary or standard—case in point the Rocky Mountain Oyster Fry.
Oct 20, 2016 ... Skinned, sliced, battered, deep-fried animal testicles are served as Rocky
Mountain Oysters at Bruce's Bar in Severance, Colo. There's a rich ...