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Thread: Rocky Mountain Oysters

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    Rocky Mountain Oysters

    A week ago, we had our annual winter-meating; I decided to make some rocky mountain oysters.

    Here are some pictures:

    The raw material.


    Peeled.


    Looks a bit better...


    Cut in slices.


    Let them swim in a can of beer.


    Added some salt, pepper and panko.


    Fried them in oil.


    I've made about 80 pieces of them and they were gone in a blink of the eye. Almost everybody loved them.
    Last edited by Arwin; 01-29-2013 at 09:27 AM.

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    Never had them but the way you made them I would give them a try.

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    Dont know if I could do it, you would have to tell me it was someting else.
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    Woah! Had to google them to learn what they were. What do they taste like?

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    I'll take your word that everybody loved them. I don't think I could try them knowing what they were.
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    OUCH!! Just seeing that knife close to one almost sent me into shock! I started to protect my boys and those aren't even mine

    I'd be of the group of your party that fell in the side if "ALMOST" everyone. Always reminds me of the Chevy Chase movie when he set the record for eating the most, AND THEN found out what they were. Shew, like John said, "I'll take your word for it"

    Sorry Arwin, I have the humor or a twelve year old boy.....and love it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arwin View Post
    The raw material.
    Nope and nope.
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    Fantastic post. I'd love to try some.

    Where did you get them, and are they sold in pairs?

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    That's nuts!

    I'd try em. Look good to me.
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    Wow. Always thought it was a practical joke. I think I'll stick to the local oysters (shellfish) by the house.

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