Rocky Mountain Oysters

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Housewives throughout the civilized world often ask, “How can I serve Rocky Mountain Oysters?" Well, we’re glad that you asked.
 
Housewives throughout the civilized world often ask, “How can I serve Rocky Mountain Oysters?" Well, we’re glad that you asked.
According to the late [[Julia Child]], it is important that all Rocky Mountain Oysters be washed, peeled, and soaked in a milky rich eggy bath. From there, you are limited only by your imagination; for example, see these recipes:
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According to the [[dead|late]] [[Julia Child]], it is important that all Rocky Mountain Oysters be washed, peeled, and soaked in a milky rich eggy bath. From there, you are limited only by your imagination; for example, see these recipes:
 
* '''Broiled Rocky Mountain Oysters''' served in a heavy crème sauce for those romantic evenings.
 
* '''Broiled Rocky Mountain Oysters''' served in a heavy crème sauce for those romantic evenings.
 
* In a hurry? Try Kraft Foods' '''Easy Oysters''' toaster pastries.
 
* In a hurry? Try Kraft Foods' '''Easy Oysters''' toaster pastries.

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