(A Random Post)

While I know both the Canadian and American Thanksgiving Holiday have passed, I’m still posting this on terms of pure craziness. It’s weird, because being chinese, there’s not much aspects of Canadian or American culture that surprises me – usually it’s the other way around. But check this out – apparently it’s been around for ages and families all over North America know about it – at least the white folks do. So maybe some of you know about it, but I certainly just found out.

A turducken…is a chicken stuffed in a duck, stuffed in a turkey. Which to me, is one of the funniest concepts I’ve ever heard of. I’ve been missing out on turducken for my whole life – and so you can bet there’s going to be a huge push on my part to get a turducken on the Thanksgiving table next year. It doesn’t matter that I have no idea how it’s even physically possible, I’m just going to assume the turducken is a mythical creature that will somehow end up placed on the table in front of me come next November. Cooking courtesy of the fine women-folk that are my cousins of course – I’m just there to eat and play games. This is pure insanity – 20 pounds of pure, boneless meat. Pounds – that much meat is stupifying.

And on an even insanier (it’s a word, trust me) note, the article also mentions a South American breed called the osturducken, which is a chicken stuffed in a duck, stuffed in a turkey, stuffed in an ostrich. Now there’s a loose fact in my brain that I’ve yet to officially confirm, but I’m pretty sure a full grown adult ostrich reaches 300 pounds pretty easily. Even considering that’s a live, uncooked version of an ostrich…that’s a lot of meat.

And I’ve checked already – there’s no turducken Magic card out there. YET. Watch this space for further “developments” on that issue.



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