Discussion in 'Safety valve' started by Nephilim, Feb 7, 2004.
Prairie Oysters? Is this something that's chewed and swallowed or just licked?
This is an easy one. I haven`t had them, but have made fun of them since primary school. I couldn`t stop laughing when read Nephilim`s comment
To give clues so you know I know but don't want to give away, the are generally obtained from male animals, they have become a little harder to get due to current Canadian scare back in April, and tyically fried. I actually would like to try them when if ever I go to California. I have heard they are quite good.
Is it a derivative for the bearded clam? Now there's something I could eat all day!!
Prairie Oysters have something in common with Haggis, both come from sheep. And Neph, that comment was amazing, you'll understand why soon enough.
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Sheeps testicles ??????????????
Yes, can be either from sheep or bulls. The Bulls balls I have heard are the best. But now with all this BSE, they are harder to obtain.
What would you have with them? apart from about 10 pints of lager.
Well I'm a complete ass now aren't I? I'm totally red in the face now. I will not nor will I ever lick any sheep's balls!!!!!! Not even 10 pints would get me close.
I should've figured this one out - my Dad's from Kansas. I always knew them as Rocky Mountain Oysters. Then you have turkey fries too. Somebody actually figured out that turkey's have nuts and they're "good" to eat.
New one for all to guess. Does anyone know what Fattah is?
Does it have anything to do with Yasser Arafat?
Isn't Fattah a holy war?
No, Its a main course dish. Its easy to make and tastes good.
Is It a Canadian dish?
Ahh this is the trick. Its a very common Egyptian dish. My girlfriend is Egyptian and I have being trying to pick up new recipes.
It isn't like hummus or baba ganoush is it?
NO more complicated then thouse. Hummus is just crushed up chickpeas with tahani (sesamed paste), Baba is just eggplant with tahani. I have a recipe for thouse if any one wants to save $20 and make it rather than buying it.
Any meat or just veggies? Any dairy? Is it cooked or served au naturale?
It has a meat, and other stuff. Also its cooked.
Is it like a small meat pie?
Its not a pie, but some may argue if it should be eaten with a spoon or fork.
To give it away see:
But if you can also contiue to guess, you have almost limited it down any ways.
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