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Old November 20th, 2006, 11:52 AM
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I have always wanted to try the Turducken. What is Turducken you ask? It's a turkey is stuffed with a duck, which is then stuffed with a chicken (all deboned, of course). When I first told my hubby about a Turducken he thought it was some weird cross bred turkey, chicken and duck animal. If you have tried the Turducken? What do you think and how do you cook it?
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I have been fascinated with Turducken ever since I've heard about it. I haven't tried it yet. I will one of these days but it feeds a whole lot of people. HAHAHA Its like fowl stuffing.
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How about a beefigurickary, a cow stuffed with a pig stuffed with a turkey stuffed with a chicken stuffed with a canary?

You could cut the top off a keg of beer and stick the darn thing on it.
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We enjoyed turdunken last year for our family Christmas gathering. My cousin-in-law brought it, already cooked, in a covered stoneware loaf pan. I'm not sure were she purchased it or how long it was baked, but I do know that it was wonderful! I think you should go ahead & try one & let us know how you liked it.

At the same gathering, my cousin from Alaska, brought salmon & cooked it on a cedar board. Also very gooooood eating.

We brought all items for a clam bake, so it was a mix & match dinner, but one that we remember as being very special!!

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I have always wanted to try the Turducken. What is Turducken you ask? It's a turkey is stuffed with a duck, which is then stuffed with a chicken (all deboned, of course). When I first told my hubby about a Turducken he thought it was some weird cross bred turkey, chicken and duck animal. If you have tried the Turducken? What do you think and how do you cook it?
So that is what they are!!!! I been trying to breed them for years!!!!!
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I have always wanted to try the Turducken. What is Turducken you ask? It's a turkey is stuffed with a duck, which is then stuffed with a chicken (all deboned, of course). When I first told my hubby about a Turducken he thought it was some weird cross bred turkey, chicken and duck animal. If you have tried the Turducken? What do you think and how do you cook it?
So that is what they are!!!! I been trying to breed them for years!!!!!
Is the closest you came a Duck-Billed Platypus
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I have never heard of the turducken sounds interesting. Last year I worked in a school for emotionally and behaviorally challenged kids. The school always did a turkey dinner for the kids and staff. We had quite a few staff who were vegetarians. The food manager was planning to cook a tofurkey for them.

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Well it has been a while since someone threw a turd at me, so I might be a bit slow on the ducking part........

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Bring back the Turducken for discussion. I still have not tried one.
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I never had it, but watched Paula Deen, make one. Just too much trouble for one meal although it does make a nice presentation.
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I never had it, but watched Paula Deen, make one. Just too much trouble for one meal although it does make a nice presentation.
There are website where you can buy the tuducken already deboned and prepared. If I did it that is what I would do, then all I have to do is cook it. Here is a Turducken breast.
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Turduckens are very common in Louisiana. Only a cajun could come up with such a thing - too much beer while preparing Thanksgiving dinner

We've had them several times but I wasn't doing the cooking, (which is why they call it thanks giving) but as I recall they are baked and come with instructions.

They cost a good bit more than just a turkey but you've got 3 birds. As a matter of fact there was an article in our local paper today about it. Don't kmow if you can access it but their website is

www.thetowntalk.com

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See now I have a Turkey and I have a Chicken but I don't have a Duck. What if I put the Chicken in the Turkey and Ham in the Chicken? But what would I call it? Turchickam?
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We can buy these things in most grocery stores but these sites ship them

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See now I have a Turkey and I have a Chicken but I don't have a Duck. What if I put the Chicken in the Turkey and Ham in the Chicken? But what would I call it? Turchickam?
That just might not be half bad!! I love a good smoked turkey. Those ham flavors will just meld right in to the turkey and chicken. You should try that one.
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See now I have a Turkey and I have a Chicken but I don't have a Duck. What if I put the Chicken in the Turkey and Ham in the Chicken? But what would I call it? Turchickam?
That just might not be half bad!! I love a good smoked turkey. Those ham flavors will just meld right in to the turkey and chicken. You should try that one.
That will be the California version.
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Kat I have never turduckened, but I once Tofurkeed...that was just a mistake!...Turkey is turkey...tofu is tofu.... never the twain shall meet. It was just wrong!

Now this may sound strange, and it may be due to the fact that I need abotu 5 more hours of sleep, but, you know those little round guys rolling around the bottom of your posts. I was sitting here kind of in a sleep deprived daze and if your vision is a little blurry and your really out of it, it looks like those round things are shooting out of your cats butt.

, I hope I can get some sleep on the airport, because thats just sick and wrong.
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Beenie,,,you really need some sleep,,,that's just too funny,,,I had to check it out and yep guess I need more sleep also,,, Have a great trip.
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Way tooooo funny girls!!

A good way to do a simplified version of the californian Turduckham - Turkey breast cutlets, chicken breast cutlet and ham portion. Make individualized servings.
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A good way to do a simplified version of the californian Turduckham - Turkey breast cutlets, chicken breast cutlet and ham portion. Make individualized servings.
Great Idea but we can't have Duck in the title. So what about Turchicham or Turhamchick?
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