The continuing adventures of a fulltime RVer.
Not sure I could enjoy that meal:(
I laughed when I read this post. Never have, never will. Big ball or not.
You would think they would run out of supply at some point.
OUCH! How come all the ladies at the table had big smiles on their faces??? :cO
And the taste reviewers said??????? Funny Post!!
The picture is actually of the combo plate - bulls, bison, and turkey. And the taste? They tasted like grease to me...
Most things deepfried would taste like grease. You are brave.
I think they refer to them as Rocky Mountain Oysters. Hmmm...not for me.
Its a good job pizel, wasn't on the menu as well.
Sorry I should have spelt it pizzle!!
I had to Google that one, Dave. I guess I learn something new every day!
Tried then in Silverton, years ago. Didn't do much for me then. Maybe the smaller ones taste better:-)
You are a much more adventurous eater than me for having tried them ... and I had to look up pizzle too :-)))
I believe the unidentified critter is some kind of dragon fly. There are many, many different kinds. I think I'll try the oysters some other time.
You. Are. Brave.
Gah! I ordered "sweetbread" once upon a time when we were first in the Netherlands. The flavour was OK, but there was definitely a texture issue that didn't really turn my crank. *wuf*Won't be eating that again.Looked up pizzle.I'll pass on that too, thanks.
OH boy. There's something to be said for not wasting, I guess.
Your "critter" is probably a widow skimmer (dragonfly). I've been shooting dragonflies myself this summer, they're fun to try to get close enough to capture without scaring them off.
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