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Judge
02-10-2008, 16:36
I want this book for Christmas ..:clown:

"Wash testicles thoroughly for 30-45 minutes," begins the recipe for testicles pie. "Once softened, mince them in a mincer."

Cooking With Balls: World's first testicle recipe book - Telegraph (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/3121465/Cooking-With-Balls-Worlds-first-testicle-recipe-book.html)

AndreyS
02-10-2008, 16:48
I want this book for Christmas ..:clown:

"Wash testicles thoroughly for 30-45 minutes," begins the recipe for testicles pie. "Once softened, mince them in a mincer."

Cooking With Balls: World's first testicle recipe book - Telegraph (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/3121465/Cooking-With-Balls-Worlds-first-testicle-recipe-book.html)


And not just testicles, no... Testicles from different animals! Whose do you prefer?

MissAnnElk
02-10-2008, 17:20
Eewww. Yuck.

And now I'm trying to think of all the things I can say about this since we are outside Bardak.

I can only repost this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FtzDtTF4rlc

Judge
02-10-2008, 17:22
And not just testicles, no... Testicles from different animals! Whose do you prefer?


Dog's bollocks for me mate..Best in the business.:mml::mml:
Dog's bollocks
Meaning

Excellent - the absolute apex. In other contexts the word bollocks (meaning testicles) has a negative connotation.

Judge
02-10-2008, 17:26
Eewww. Yuck.

And now I'm trying to think of all the things I can say about this since we are outside Bardak.

I can only repost this:

YouTube - Alec Baldwin On SNL- Schweaty Balls (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FtzDtTF4rlc)


Very funny vid..

Judge
02-10-2008, 17:51
There's even a Boll*cks festival..
I'm off to buy myself some balls..


YouTube- Testicle festival - modbee.com

Sidney Bliss
02-10-2008, 18:33
I've eaten lamb's testicles at a Georgian place close to Belorusskaya and they were tasty as hell. I was a bit sozzled at the time so don't remember the name of the restaurant - perhaps Benedikt or someone else in the know can point out where you can try them. If you can get past the "eugh" factor, they're a delicacy well worth trying - extremely light in texture and full of flavour.

Judge
02-10-2008, 18:46
I've eaten lamb's testicles at a Georgian place close to Belorusskaya and they were tasty as hell. I was a bit sozzled at the time so don't remember the name of the restaurant - perhaps Benedikt or someone else in the know can point out where you can try them. If you can get past the "eugh" factor, they're a delicacy well worth trying - extremely light in texture and full of flavour.

I wont be able to bring myself to order them,maybe if I was fresh and did it for a laugh..Once I tried horse meat,was very good,nice and tender but I didn't know what it was,when I asked and found out I couldn't finish the plate...I'll stick beef,pork and lamb chops..:D:D No balls for me.

elis
02-10-2008, 20:01
Great . . . Am planning on dining Georgian tomorrow evening. With the way I order (point and hope) and my luck, this is exactly what I'll end up with: A bowl o' balls.

MissAnnElk
02-10-2008, 20:15
Last fall, before we moved to Moscow, we arranged to have the cat fixed.

The girls wanted to watch the surgery, but it, of course, took place while they were in school. The vet, a cool woman, who once checked one of my kid's ears for me to see if we needed to see the pediatrician, performed the surgery.

Things were further complicated by a sudden snow storm, and me without snow tires. Long story short: the cat spent the night at the vet's.

Next day, I arrive at the office bright and early to collect him. My vet is not there, but her colleague is. She escorts out the previous client: a weeping couple with a sad, obviously terminal pet. She ushers me in. We settle the bill. I put my cat in his carrier. I prepare to leave.

"Wait!" she says. "These are for you!"

She hands me a test tube with, yes, the cat's balls inside.

I crack up.

I go to school, test tube in my pocket, to collect my children.

They are thrilled with the contents. They grab the test tube and run to show it to the after-care woman. I cannot hear the conversation (and, further, it was in French), but I can clearly see the children explain, very animatedly, their story, and then show her the test tube.

The woman blanches. She turns to look at me. I nod. She blanches further, and hands the test tube back to my kids.

That cat's stupid balls lived in the freezer for several weeks as the girls refused to let me throw them out. During the chaos of the move, I finally did.

They did not notice.

Sidney Bliss
02-10-2008, 20:21
Kids are far less squeamish that adults. As a 7 year old, I went to school with an intact rabbit's eye (the rabbit having been shot, skinned and gutted by my dad) in my pocket to show my pals. The very idea makes me gag now.

MissAnnElk
02-10-2008, 20:25
During the year that I home schooled my oldest, I have vivid memories of anatomy classes taking place in the meat department of our Carrefour. I thought she would get sad about the animal parts on display. But she just found it fascinating.

Sidney Bliss
02-10-2008, 20:29
Correction, it wasn't a rabbit, it was a neighbour!

elis
02-10-2008, 21:10
:Loco: MAE!! Love it!

I worked in vet hospital while in high school and had the chance to view many a neutering. Amazing . . . the little guys just pop out like peas from a pod!!

When is it that we suddenly become squeamish about such things anyhow?? :eh: I'm sure I would have been fascinated by the neighbor / rabbit eyeball . . . when I was ten.

MissAnnElk
02-10-2008, 21:20
Amazing . . . the little guys just pop out like peas from a pod!!

When is it that we suddenly become squeamish about such things anyhow?? :eh: I'm sure I would have been fascinated by the neighbor / rabbit eyeball . . . when I was ten.

I helped neuter lambs when I spent a summer on a sheep station in Australia. I was cold hearted.

I guess you could say the same when I pushed my way to the front row for the bris I attended in college (although I have since changed my view on THAT!).

My lab partner in biology class let me do all the dissecting. He couldn't stomach it. Especially the cow eye.

Scrat335
03-10-2008, 01:25
I'll stay away from the balls. When I was in Kiev I was eating Sala and didn't know it. My wife told me what it was and that was that, I can't say it was revolting but I don't like eating pure fat. I don't care for brains either.

MissAnnElk
03-10-2008, 08:15
Why do you think they call it OFFAL!

Just say NO!