Hungry? How about "Turducken", "Stuffed camel" or a "bustergophechiduckneaealcockidgeoverwingailusharkolanbler"?

Some of you may think I have lost my marbles but I assure you (at least I HOPE SO!!) I didn’t – ALL these curiosities DO EXIST! Here are the explanations and “somewhat” COMPLICATED recipes …
for Turducken, or a

Stuffed camel – and the explanation of what exactly is a …

… “bustergophechiduckneaealcockidgeoverwingailusharkolanbler , which is attributed to a royal feast in France in the 19th century! If you scroll down to “Variations”, you will find out what it consists of …

As to it’s nutritional values …

Because turducken contains relatively high levels of fat and cholesterol and it is complicated and expensive to prepare, turducken is seldom eaten outside special holiday dinners, most commonly the American Thanksgiving. As such, a serving of turducken contributes a negligible amount of excess fat and cholesterol to the average person’s annual diet.



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