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(Some Turducken Chef)   For Farkers wondering where the hell this year's "turducken" post is   ( divider line
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2004-11-24 03:43:00 PM  
grossest thing ever.
2004-11-24 03:43:20 PM  
Didn't someone already post a turducken recipe on the front page?
2004-11-24 03:43:40 PM  
I already found it last Sunday...
2004-11-24 03:43:50 PM  
Pete and Repeat were walking across a bridge.

At least check the past week's archive, sheesh!
2004-11-24 03:43:51 PM  
If you don't like Turducken, you hate America.
2004-11-24 03:43:58 PM  
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2004-11-24 03:44:44 PM  
Um... the name had "turd" in it. That's not appetizing. Maybe it's just me.
2004-11-24 03:44:53 PM  
Didn't we already have our yearly turduchen post?
2004-11-24 03:45:49 PM  
"Now, that's a quality hunk of fowl" said one male person, digging in at our Christmas dinner table."

Oh, yummy.
Zel [TotalFark]
2004-11-24 03:46:04 PM  
this article says it is boneless? how exactly do you get a boneless turkey, and why would you want one?
2004-11-24 03:46:53 PM  
NOT GROSS, though taste is always a personal opinion so I won't dis anyone who has tasted it and not liked it. But if you like turkey, duck, and chicken, and someone who knows what the hell they are doing makes the thing, it's awesome.
2004-11-24 03:47:22 PM  

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2004-11-24 03:48:21 PM  
That Dom DeLuise sure is crazy.
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2004-11-24 03:48:36 PM  
This is Big down here in south Texas.....
2004-11-24 03:48:37 PM  
I get to use my joke again...

But what about the poor mans Turducken? I call it the Coon-ferret-squirelen.
2004-11-24 03:48:42 PM  
Lobster stuffed with tacos!
2004-11-24 03:49:20 PM  
It's good. Trust me. Mail-order one, if you can't buy one locally. Just plug turducken into google and you'll get a number of options.
2004-11-24 03:49:25 PM  
So, what if you put a fish inbetween the turkey and duck parts?

Then you could call it Turf*cken.

Or, if you put all of that inside a pig roast...

Voila! Hamsterf*cken.

/old joke
2004-11-24 03:49:32 PM  
Wow, two turducken posts in a week! It must be a hell of a recipe.

Did anyone here ever manage to make it?
2004-11-24 03:49:56 PM  
I'll just reiterate my comment in the TF turducken thread from a few days ago:

You know, it actually seems like it would taste pretty good, but it just looks so nasty. It might look different in person, but right here, it looks like a couple different people opened up a turkey and each took varying degrees of "a dump" in the stuffing-hole.

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2004-11-24 03:50:09 PM  
this article says it is boneless? how exactly do you get a boneless turkey, and why would you want one?

the debone them before stuffing

/haven't tried one but will someday
2004-11-24 03:50:56 PM  

So, what if you put a fish inbetween the turkey and duck parts?

Then you could call it Turf*cken.

Actaully, I think that would be a turdfarken.
2004-11-24 03:53:32 PM  
The "turducken" post is right here[image from too old to be available]
2004-11-24 03:53:45 PM  
I never thought anything with a turd in it could sound so good.

/and whatnot
2004-11-24 03:54:16 PM  
at the end it mentions the pig turducken. there is also a beef one with a cow and I'm waiting for a fish one with the cow stuffed into whatever fish can fit one
2004-11-24 03:56:07 PM  
What would it be called if it used a pheasant, duck, and ewe?

/sound it out
2004-11-24 03:56:42 PM  
I work at somewhat upscale restaurant in Atlanta, and I know for a fact that - no matter how gross they look - them Turduckens is ooooweeeee good.
2004-11-24 03:56:49 PM  
"Why one meat when you can have three?,"

2004-11-24 03:58:57 PM  
It's funny because it's true
Like 12 year-olds a-frkkin
Get them before they get you
Does your neighbor have a turducken?
2004-11-24 03:59:05 PM  
That's it. This year I'm making a brontobluewhaleschoolbuscowsharkorsonwellsllamapigturduckencornishhenbeetlegra sshopperantlouseamoeba.
2004-11-24 03:59:24 PM  

Nice use of the Rent-A-Center Madden.

You should see the life-sized cutout close up. SOOO much makeup on his face.

Man, I don't miss that place one bit.
2004-11-24 04:00:43 PM  
Some day i may try and make one of these. It sounds like the hard part is butterflying and de-boning three birds. You could probably talk your butcher into doing that for you, but I dunno what it'd cost.

After you've got that taken care of, it's just a really big roulade.

Easier than lobster stuffed with tacos, at any rate.
2004-11-24 04:01:49 PM  
Lobster stuffed with tacos!

What about a taco pooping icecream..?
2004-11-24 04:02:42 PM  
I've had turducken. It tastes like chicken.
2004-11-24 04:03:32 PM  
Why are we stopping at three? There are many things small enough to be stuffed into the cavity of the chicken, and many thingd large enough to stuff a turducken in. Why not the elehipllamarooturduckenrabhammousenshrew? It's eleven meats in one!
2004-11-24 04:05:16 PM  

Um... the name had "turd" in it.

You said, "turd"! (Snort, snort!)
2004-11-24 04:06:11 PM  
aphyd: You had me at brontobluewhaleschoolbuscowsharkorsonwellsllamapigturduckencornishhenb​eetlegra sshopperantlouseamoeba.

Seriously, though, I was rolling on the floor.
2004-11-24 04:06:50 PM  

I win, blue whales are bigger than brontosaurs!


Just kidding, I didn't see your post before mine and now I'm guilty of drubbing good idea into the ground.
2004-11-24 04:07:05 PM  
I live alone so I would probably make the smaller version: A cornish game hen stuffed with a quail stuffed with worms.

/As a male person I would call that a quality hunk of foul
2004-11-24 04:07:09 PM  
How about aqnother self-referencing post!

/ Recursive recursiveness is not, in and of itself, recursive!
2004-11-24 04:07:46 PM  

What would it be called if it used a pheasant, duck, and ewe?


Very nice
2004-11-24 04:08:41 PM  
Tip: Don't take cooking advice from a guy so fat he rolls around his kitchen in a desk chair.
2004-11-24 04:09:11 PM
2004-11-24 04:10:57 PM  
For those of you who didn't
see the Turduken post two days ago...
Or last year...
Or the year before that...
Or the year before that...
2004-11-24 04:11:23 PM  
Nice one gcalig, very nice!
2004-11-24 04:12:30 PM  
I first saw this stuff watching TechTV (might have still been ZDTV back in those days). I told my mom about it and she decided she liked the idea and ordered one for christmas (too late for thanksgiving). It's absolutely huge, somewhat spicy depending on your taste (it's a cajun dish) and totally awesome.

It sounds really gross but it really is good. The meats blend very well thanks to the stuffings in between.
2004-11-24 04:15:39 PM  
where in hell does one obtain an entire boneless turkey, duck, or chicken?!?!?!?! I have seen boneless cuts of bird (breast fillets, thighs, etc) but NEVER in my life have I ever come across an entire boneless bird in a supermarket.
2004-11-24 04:16:44 PM  
Thanks, I'm here all week. Try the veal. Preferably stuffed with all kinds of other crap. :)
2004-11-24 04:17:07 PM  
Dire- A real butcher shop, or you do it yourself, or you just buy a pre-made turducken and not bother with the intermediate steps!
2004-11-24 04:18:40 PM  
I prefer the richard geerbil.
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