No Bull. This Montana Tradition Is Bigger And Better This Year
It is that time of the year when we get to expand our pallet and indulge in one of Montana's delicacies. If you are new to Montana and think, "have these people lost their minds?!?", the answer is "no", we just love to support our agriculture community and this tradition is one that will continue for years and years to come.
"America's Favorite Sack Lunch For Over 30 Years" is back and bigger and better than ever. No pun intended. As the community continues to show support, the Testy Fest will be celebrating once again at the Brick Breeden which gives them room for 5000 attendees.
This year's event will not only include the famous Rocky Mountain Oysters, but also a special performance by one of country music's favorite artists, Rodney Atkins.
Tickets are still available for this fun filled event just go to the Brick Breeden website.
Some may be asking, "what exactly is a rocky mountain oyster?", well, I will entertain you and let you know what you are about to enjoy.
Rocky Mountain oysters are a dish made of bull testicles. The organs are often deep-fried after being skinned, coated in flour, pepper and salt, and sometimes pounded flat. The dish is most often served as an appetizer.
Be advised, this video may offend some, but this is glimpse of what you can expect from your friends as you nibble on this Friday's delicacy.
WHAT: Testy Fest
WHEN: Friday, 9.15.2023
WHERE: Brick Breeden
WEBSITE: Get Tickets Here