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Rooster Fries

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Posted by DHunter n NOLa on November 09, 2002 at 16:27:48 from (

A bunch of years ago while living in Mississippi I had a behind door neighbor and we'd meet at the fence between us after work and swap stories while injesting adult beverages. He worked for one of the major poultry and egg processing companies. One day he invited me into his back yard for some fried chicken that his wife had just brought out on a large platter. Looked like chicken nuggets...but back then there weren't no such thing as chicken nuggets. Well, after we'd et a bunch of them I got curious and axed what they wuz. He told me they were Rooster Fries. Now I had to cojutate a spell afore it cleared up in my mind that he's talking about rooster testicles. I never knowed there was such a least big enough to fool with...but I was dead wrong. I found out that you could order them from the chicken processing plant put up in five pound boxes and frozen. From then on I'd keep one or two boxes in the freezer all the time. They wuz about the size of yore thumb and tasted just like fried chicken. Some kind of good.

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