turducken


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turducken

(ˈtɜːdʌkən)
n
(Cookery) a boned turkey stuffed with a boned duck that is stuffed with a small boned chicken, sometimes also containing a breadcrumb or sausagemeat stuffing
[C21: from tur(key) + du(ck) + (chi)cken]
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Turducken is a deboned chicken stuffed into a deboned duck that is then stuffed into a deboned turkey.
The Turducken is not a simple or straightforward adaptation of The Seagull: in addition to being a parody of Chekhov's classic, it is a parody of dinner theaters and holiday musical revues in the United States.
Thanksgiving entrees include a serving of 12-ounce portion of tender turkey breast or turducken, a 12-ounce portion of turkey breast stuffed with duck and chicken breast, each served with a prosciutto and fennel cornbread stuffing and homemade cranberry sauce.
Exotics can be found in the meat department, too - turtle, alligator, duck, venison, rattlesnake, python and ostrich - along with value-added items like flavored burgers, beef Wellington, stuffed chicken Rockefeller, turducken stuffed with house-made Italian sausage, and other prepared entrees.
I take a bite of the turducken Emeril's understudy carried back to me earlier.
Bone-sore, exhausted and the pressure off, we took a field day the next morning, chasing fox and stunning Harlequin ducks on the beach all day, so the critter pile on the transom by sundown looked like a Turducken of fur and feathers, with five dead blacktail presiding and a few stiff cod I'd jigged up for crab bait bearing silent witness.
Love does not rejoice in unrighteousness, even when someone who does not ordinarily overeat attempts to consume a turducken in homage to John Madden that I admit was a terrible, terrible idea.
I suppose we are meant to use a turducken brick instead, in these enlightened engastricated days.
The article in the Record about new words in the dictionary was interesting but the word Turducken for a roast dish consisting of a chicken inside a duck inside a turkey would put me right off when reading the first four letters.
Meet the most confused bird you'll ever eat: the turducken.
Last year, my sister-in-law served a Turducken for Thanksgiving dinner.
Lord knows, that's how the turducken was born: a deboned turkey stuffed with a deboned duck that is stuffed with a deboned chicken.