Testicles on a plate

The best testicle cooks in the world are promising to dedicate the prize-winning dishes at this year’s World Testicle & Aphrodisiac Cooking Championships to Kate Middleton and Prince William.

Chef Ljubomir Erovic, the organiser of the event, said testicles are rich in testosterone and minerals and are believed to be a powerful aphrodisiac in his home country of Serbia.

Erovic believes if the royal couple were to try some of the dishes on offer they would be in a better position to conceive a child – how thoughtful.

Delicacies on offer at the championships include a full range of bull, boar, camel, ostrich and even kangaroo testicles.

The self-taught chef has twenty years’ experience of preparing, cooking and eating a wide range of testicles.

He has already written the world’s first recipe collection of its kind, Cooking With Balls, which includes how to prepare testicle pizzas, battered testicles and barbecued testicles with giblets.

The book notes that you will need a ‘very sharp knife’ if you want to embark on traditional testicle cookery techniques, and also advises washing your balls and letting them soak in water before cooking, to soften them up.

You may be relieved to know that Erovic cautions: ‘All testicles can be eaten – except human, of course.’


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