World Testicle Cooking Championship Serves Up a Menagerie of Balls
The Huffington Post reports today on the seventh annual World Testicle Cooking Championship, taking place in Ozrem, Serbia. On the menu at the so-called Ball Cup: testicles from kangaroo, camel, ostrich, boar, and bulls; beer and wine are available for washing them down. Side dishes of roasted pig and lamb round out the meaty spectacle, along with testicle pizza with local herbs.
GloomyCorp/Flickr Golden globes: Poster advertising the 2006 Ball Cup.
The contest is held each year in Serbia. HuffPo quotes one attendee from last year's ballfest, Anna Wexler, who described a "delicious" menu of stallion, boar, and bull testicles, whipped up into dishes like goulash and moussaka. The contest's organizer, Ljubomir Erovic, has written a testicle cookbook. This year, Erovic will hand out Ballsy Awards to two Americans noteworthy for their enormous cojones: President Obama and Hudson-hero pilot Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger. Neither is expected to attend.