To my understanding, they are quite good when double-battered and deep-fried in butter, generally mixed with sauteed vegetables or whatever else you heart desires. Being from the prairies myself, I find that they are quite tasty when eaten with sauteed mushrooms and beef gravy.
2. a country music band from Canada that formed in 1974 and continues on to this day. They've scored some hits in Canada and the U.S.A.. They've been awarded many Juno awards (Canada's version of the Grammies).
2. a few years ago I was in a music store in either Mississaugua or maybe in northern Toronto. I saw a Prairie Oyster album in the bins. I asked these two Canadian chicks who worked there if they knew what a "prairie oyster" was in some parts of America. They didn't know, so I told them, that and the fact that some people EAT them. That really grossed them out.