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…You don’t have the balls to cook with testicles?

Testicle Cookbook

The Testicle Cookbook will have you cooking with balls in no time.


Serbian chef Ljubomir Erovic is releasing the book, which is sure to cause quite a bit of controversy as it shares his favorite testicle treats, such as Testicle Pizza, Testicle Goulash and White Wine Testicles.

According to chef Erovic,

    “The tastiest testicles in my opinion probably come from bulls, stallions or ostriches, although other people have their own favourites.”

In addition, testicles are rich in testosterone and are believed to be a powerful aphrodisiac in countries such as Serbia and China.

Again, to quote chef Erovic,

    “The best for aphrodisiac properties are sheep and stallion testicles.”

Don’t for a second think that Erovic is a nut off the street though. Since 2004, he as been the organizer behind the World Testicle Cooing Championship, held annually in Serbia, which draws in chefs from Australia, Bosnia-Hercegovina, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Norway and Serbia. During the competition, over one metric tonne of testicles are prepared.

Think you’ve got what it takes to grab the bull by the balls and test out these recipes?

Don’t say I didn’t warn you:

If that isn’t enough, be sure to check out Complex for the top five private part dishes from around the world.

[Via: Complex]

…It’s TGI Friday: Lemonade?

LemonadeYou know what they say about life and lemons…

This weekend, as the temperatures continue to rise, and you’re suddenly well aware of the fact that it is summer outside after all, grab a glass, add some lemons, pour on some sugar, finish it off with a splash of water, and make your own lemonade.

You don’t need to stick to the classics though, as Real Simple has put together some fantastic recipes for remade lemonades.

Featuring the Ginger Zinger, Tropical and Farmers’ Lemonades, and the Lemon-Mint Cooler, it’s the perfect compliment to that day of well-deserved relaxation that you’ve been planning for weeks now.

[Real Simple – Lemonade, Remade]

…Go-karts need more power?

Hayabusa Kart

There are two recipes for fast:

  1. Power + Power = Fast
  2. Power – Weight = Fast

While the Bugatti Veyron is obviously king of the former, a much smaller competitor is trying to become the king of the latter: The Hayabusa Kart.

By taking a shifter cart chassis and strapping on 1,300 cc’s of Suzuki Hayabusa power, the power to weight ratio goes through the roof, and the end result is a kart that wants to do little more than fly forward in a straight line.

Sure, it doesn’t turn, it doesn’t handle bumps very well, and it’s probably not street legal, but who wants to worry about all of those things when you could be out roasting the tires off of a kart with a deadly amount of ground only an inch away?

[Hayabusa Kart]

[Via: Jalopnik]

…Oreo Truffles look delicious?

Oreo Truffles

These delicious looking Oreo Truffles are apparently easy to make, and require little more than Oreos, Cream Cheese, and White Chocolate.

  1. Finely crush 7 cookies in a food processor or place them in a ziploc bag and crush into a fine consistency. Reserve for later.
  2. Crush remaining cookies and stir in softened cream cheese. Use the back of a large spoon to help mash the two together.
  3. Roll the mixture into 1″ balls and place on wax paper covered cookie sheet.
  4. Melt chocolate as directed on the package and then dip balls into chocolate, tap off extra and set aside on wax paper covered cookie sheet to dry. You can sprinkle the tops with the 7 crushed cookies for decoration. (I usually eat mine before they make it to this stage.)
  5. Once dry, refrigerate and enjoy!

As a huge Oreo fan, I will be making these pronto!

[Bakerella – Oreo Truffles]

[Via: Tastespotting]

…The Los Angeles Times has fantastic food recipes?

Los Angeles Times

The Los Angeles Times’ food section is a great source for new (and delicious) eats.

If you’re not a frequent reader of the Times, then check out their list of The 10 Best Recipes of 2007 for a quick look at their best of the best.

With “succulent pork ribs with a spicy chipotle sauce, sweet zucchini braised to a buttery softness, the miracle of a Meyer lemon posset (like a mousse but with livelier flavor and a more elegant texture), and a spectacular summer pie packed with nectarines and berries” all on the menu, it should be easy to find at least a few new dishes to add to your recipe collection.

[Los Angeles Times – The 10 Best Recipes Of 2007]

[Via: Slashfood]