Turgooduccochiqua

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    A quail inside a cornish game hen inside a duck inside a chicken inside a turkey inside a goose. With bacon between layers.

    Looked like a giant head-crab. Cooked for 12 hours.

    stechert, oceanic, Ryan Guill, and 14 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. FrouFrouBijou.com 66 months ago | reply

      all vegetarians and vegans are crying lol

    2. zummerland 66 months ago | reply

      I think that's actually a Gooturkenduqua. A bacon gooturkenduqua, specificly. I could be wrong.

    3. khalid 66 months ago | reply

      ... soon to be inside a human inside a hospital.

    4. xelia. 66 months ago | reply

      I had to look this up because I saw it on CNN just now.

    5. kingAMOS! 66 months ago | reply

      me too xelia

    6. Sweet Little Ash [deleted] 66 months ago | reply

      I saw it on CNN too :) LOL to khalid!

    7. stormgrass 66 months ago | reply

      @For Real Tanya

      T.C. Boyle's BAKED CAMEL (STUFFED) from Water Music

      500 dates

      200 plover eggs

      20 two-pound carp

      4 bustards, cleaned and plucked

      2 sheep

      1 large camel

      seasonings

      Dig trench. Reduce inferno to hot coals, three feet in depth. Separately hard-cook eggs. Scale carp and stuff with shelled eggs and dates. Season bustards and stuff with stuffed carp. Stuff stuffed bustards into sheep and stuffed sheep into camel. Singe camel. Then wrap in leaves of doum palm and bury in pit. Bake two days. Serve with rice.

    8. For Real Tanya 66 months ago | reply

      Chilled or room temp?

    9. modeknit 66 months ago | reply

      Interesting, and probably amazing - but has anyone seen the cat?

    10. OldManMusings 66 months ago | reply

      I'm part of the CNN crowd. Is this a hoax?

    11. Ian Bullock 66 months ago | reply

      "Looked like a giant head-crab"
      Since noone as commented on this yet... that is a very good reference! and it does look like one.

    12. me.at.work 66 months ago | reply

      I saw this before it was on CNN, and I'm betting Wil Shipley is wondering about this:

      www.cnn.com/video/?JSONLINK=/video/us/2008/11/25/moos.tur...

      Also, this is probably not a "hoax". If you're wondering, CNN quoted a redditor (where they probably found the story originally):

      www.reddit.com/r/videos/comments/7ftqd/cnn_quotes_reddito...

    13. Jessica Whittle Photography 66 months ago | reply

      I just saw it on ABC news and had to check it out for myself... interesting!

      --
      Seen on your photo stream. (?)

    14. mattyu.ca 66 months ago | reply

      Bah, the name doesn't follow conventional stuffing-order nomenclature. It should've been Gooturchiduccoqua.

    15. franktinsleyflkr 66 months ago | reply

      It's really weird to be a part of the crowd that just reads Wil's blog and twitter and then see something he did end up all CNNed with goofy bouncing ball graphics and stuff.

    16. lrayholly 66 months ago | reply

      *burp*

      'scuse me

    17. edythemighty 66 months ago | reply

      There's a place in Louisiana that has been making turduckens for years, a chicken inside a duck inside a turkey, so i don't understand why people don't think this is possible.

    18. Arbor Lux 66 months ago | reply

      LOL
      what about the shrew in the quail?

    19. LaurieChristensen2061 56 months ago | reply

      Hello Yours Turgooduccochiqua is very cool. Thank for post.

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