Cooking animelles (you know) is taken so seriously that there’s a yearly World Testicle Cooking Championship held each year in Serbia. There’s even a cookbook available for scrotum enthusiasts.
Here are five places where you’re guaranteed to get what you came for.
The American West (Bull)
Known as Rocky Mountain Oysters (or Prairie Oysters), these balls hail from the nether-regions of bulls or buffaloes. They are “peeled” (yelp), coated in flour and fried. In a final act of indignity, some chefs prefer to cook them only after they’ve been pounded flat.
Eagle, Idaho’s ballsy fire department puts on the “World’s Largest Rocky Mountain Oyster Feed” as a fund raiser. There’s also a testicle festival in Elderon, Wisconsin. More than 300 people gathered for the last all-you-can-eat goat, lamb and bull testicle meal.