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Lamb fries are lamb testicles used as food. Historically they were parboiled, cut in half, and seasoned. Lamb testicles are served in a variety of cuisines, including Italian,  American Basque, barbecue, Chinese, Caucasian, and Turkish. In the United States they are often served breaded and fried.
Lamb fries, often served in a cream gravy, are a traditional dish in the Bluegrass region of Kentucky. In that region, the name "lamb fries" is retained, but bovine testicles are often substituted.
In popular culture
In the film Funny Farm, the main character, Andy Farmer (Chevy Chase), breaks a local record by eating thirty lamb fries, only to discover what they actually were and spit the thirty-first out in revulsion.
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