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A friend of mine got some recently in El Campo. I'm not sure where. Call Novak's Meat Market in El Campo and I'll bet he will know if any are available and where you might get them.

I got some lamb fries about four months ago, and it was unbelievable the hoops I had to jump through. They came out of Oklahoma and a friend of a friend had to pick them up and drive down to Sugar Land with them. I will say they were worth the trouble. They are fine eating!
 

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Two ways:
1. Find a rancher that will be working his calves. Tell him you will help him if you can keep the n--ts. Someone will have to show you how to clean them. Clean them season them and fry them.
2. Go to a butcher shop. They can get large ones for you. You will need to slice them in desired thickness. About 1/4 inch is great. Clean them season them and fry them.

Rancher names can be obtained at the local feed store.
 

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gross dude...lol
ill pass on those
LOL,, bet you've ate some and don't know it. Be careful up around north Texas eating chicken fried steak, calf fry, and several other names I won't tell you in restraunts... you'll have eaten them and never known it.... several restraunts specaility is calf fry... ha!

http://www.google.com/search?source...GLR_enUS310US310&q=calf+fry+restraunts++texashttp://www.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient&ie=UTF-8&rlz=1T4GGLR_enUS310US310&q=calf+fry
 

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Got a freezer full but don't think you could get them away from my pops!! First time I have ever seen a demand for them. They are not bad and when he fries um up I eat um.
 
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