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Turducken

noun; blending and clipping
A semi-boneless turkey stuffed with duck that is stuffed with chicken with layers of stuffing between each bird. This is a popular dish for Thanksgiving meals, especially if there is a large group of people being fed. Turducken is a Cajun-Creole dish characterized by the elaborate layering of a chicken, duck, and turkey with the gaps filled with stuffing, sometimes one may use different versions of stuffing for each bird. The birds can be prepared in a number of ways including barbecuing, roasting, grilling, or braising. It is easier for one to say "turducken" then having to name each bird separately.
 
We’re having a turducken for our Thanksgiving meal.
Etymology : Clipping and blending [turkey+duck+chicken]
Source : An announcer on a local Houston radio station
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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