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1. a hog ball. Sometimes the testicle is from a cow. Sometimes called Mountain Oysters. A delicacy in the southern states of the United States, and maybe other regions of America too. Not well known in the Midwest.

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).
1. when I was 17 me, my sister and my parents went on a long vacation, going to Texas and many other states. One day we stayed at my aunt's and uncle's place in Memphis. Some of us went to a local grocery store after visiting Mud Island. On top of some freezers there were several Mason jars filled with purplish pickling juice, at the bottom of each jar was a big, white globular mass. A sign in front of the jars said that they contained prairie oysters. I've eaten many exotic animal meats (bison, elk, alligator, shark, octopus, rattlesnake to list a few) and I've found them to be delicious. But I don't think I can ever eat pig gonads. I got my limits.

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.
by Starpunk October 14, 2007
 
1.
A drink touted as a hangover treatment consisting of a raw egg, Worcester sauce, hot sauce, vinegar, salt and pepper. These ingredients are combined in a glass and swallowed in one gulp.
The only thing I'll be able to keep down this morning is prairie oysters.
by Christina v. September 04, 2007
 
2.
Prairie Oysters are calf or bull testicles.
Proceed with caution when considering ordering the "prairie oysters".
by Joan Henderson June 25, 2006
 
3.
Bull testicles that are battered, then fried. Often enjoyed at special occasions, bars, or brandings.
Man, that branding was loads of fun, and the prairie oysters really hit the spot!
by Jessimaca June 01, 2007
 
4.
A prairie oyster is a bull testicle (not COW testicle, since FEMALES DO NOT HAVE TESTICLES!). It's a delicacy of the western and mid-western, semi-arid grasslands of North America (basically everywhere cattle are bought and sold).

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.
The local restaurant sells the finest prairie oysters in all Alberta.
by Rob B. from Canada October 04, 2006
 
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Cow testicals. In some cultures, people eat cow testicals and they are considered a delicacy
Tom: "MMM, these prairie oysters are good."
Jerry: "I can't be your friend if you eat cow testicals."
by swisschalet April 28, 2006
 
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Cow testicals. In some cultures, people eat cow testicals and they are considered a delicacy
Tom: "MMM, these prairie oysters are good."
Jerry: "I can't be your friend if you eat cow testicals."
by swisschalet April 28, 2006