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Food: Poultry
Single Serving Turducken   (+3)  [vote for, against]
Because not everyone likes food inside their food inside their food

A juvenile wild turkey stuffed with a Cornish game hen, which in turn is stuffed with a microduck. You could debone them ahead of time if you wish. Bake at 350 for 2 hours.

This invention solves two problems: (1) What kind of fowl should we eat for Thanksgiving? and (2) Ugh, maybe I shouldn't have asked you.
-- the porpoise, Sep 03 2013

What happens when you ask a mathematician to cook Thanksgiving
Turduckenel-duckenel [RayfordSteele, Sep 04 2013]

I've never been comfortable with a food that starts with "turd".

Still, better than a pheasant stuffed with a duck stuffed with a meat of a female sheep.
-- MaxwellBuchanan, Sep 03 2013

-- normzone, Sep 03 2013

Perhaps "duckling" equates with "microduck".
-- Vernon, Sep 03 2013

If they weren't flightless birds they could be combined in a windtunnel.
-- rcarty, Sep 03 2013

A fast enough centerfuge should do the trick.
-- RayfordSteele, Sep 04 2013


A very small duck. Possibly the product of a genetic engineering experiment. I'm not sure ducklings have enough meat nor confident in its quality.
-- the porpoise, Sep 05 2013

Eggs are pretty good in that regard.
-- RayfordSteele, Sep 05 2013

"Do you like duckling?"

"I don't know. I've never duckled."
-- MaxwellBuchanan, Sep 05 2013

You might say this is a recipe, but is rather fowl.
-- xandram, Sep 06 2013


Hmm, that's an interesting new slant on the dark matter theory. Anyone know the albedo of a duck?
-- not_morrison_rm, Sep 06 2013

For white meat or dark meat?
-- RayfordSteele, Sep 06 2013

random, halfbakery