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    Default Turducken!?

    From what I'm told, this has been around for awhile but I just learned about it this past Wednesday:

    Turducken - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    The thought of it horrifies me. Has anyone here tried it? What do you think of it?

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    Not a very appetising name IMHO.

    I'd heard of the version where you start with the culinary equivalent of a wren and work your way up to as close to ostrich as you can get, but that always sounded like a huge pointless show-offy faff to me.

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    I hear they are delicious. Maybe we'll have to try that this year.

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    The thought of it is more appetizing than haggis but it could use a more beautiful and imaginative name, like calamari.

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    I've hung around with too many SCA types, I reckon, because I'm familiar with this dish, though not by this ghastly name. Too much effort for me to make, though. If it takes longer than 45 minutes or doesn't fit in a crock pot, I'll pass.
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    3 bird roast is available at christmas. We had one one year. It's Ok

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    My son's wonderful girlfriend made stuffed chicken breasts for his birthday- she stuffed them with spiced cream cheese then wrapped them in bacon and barbequed them. Heavenly.
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    I've eaten it - I thought it was terrible. It didn't appeal to me at all. Now what Shanazel's son's girlfriend made is more up my alley!

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    I call her my daughter-out-law or my daughter-in-love.
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