Rocky Mountain oysters are a delicacy made from the testicles of male bulls, typically cattle or bison. The dish is popular in western American cuisine, particularly in states like Colorado, Montana, Wyoming, and Texas. The dish is also known by other names like prairie oysters, calf fries, and swinging beef. While it may seem unusual or even unappetizing to some, Rocky Mountain oysters have a long history in the American West. Ranchers and cowboys often castrated their male cattle to control their breeding and improve their meat quality. Rather than letting the testicles go to waste, they would... Read More