One uppin' the turducken

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One uppin' the turducken

Postby cheekychook » 25 Nov 2010, 20:37

A friend of mine sent me this link today and I couldn't resist sharing...for those of you who think you may have overindulged during your Thanksgiving feasts, take a look at what these folks made then ate. Holy guacamole. Unreal.

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Re: One uppin' the turducken

Postby Mira » 26 Nov 2010, 08:36

Oh my. That's just.......Oh my. Holy guacamole indeed.
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Re: One uppin' the turducken

Postby Down the well » 26 Nov 2010, 10:19

That is just wrong on so many levels. Although I do agree that bacon makes everything better. :)
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Re: One uppin' the turducken

Postby Margo » 26 Nov 2010, 19:39

I feel horrifed at the same time that I'd like to taste it.
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Re: One uppin' the turducken

Postby Robin » 26 Nov 2010, 20:56

Disturbing, and yet oddly enticing....
Thanks for sharing
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Re: One uppin' the turducken

Postby Mira » 27 Nov 2010, 15:27

Margo wrote:I feel horrifed at the same time that I'd like to taste it.


Lol. Hate to admit it, but me too.
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Re: One uppin' the turducken

Postby Watcher55 » 27 Nov 2010, 18:17

y'know, normally it would bother me that the guy who served had a cigarette hanging out of his mouth, but in this case I guess it's a small matter.
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Re: One uppin' the turducken

Postby Evelyn » 27 Nov 2010, 20:43

I was horrified by the whole thing...

... but it was the pig - with head still on - that did me in. BLECH.
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Re: One uppin' the turducken

Postby cheekychook » 27 Nov 2010, 20:48

Evelyn wrote:I was horrified by the whole thing...

... but it was the pig - with head still on - that did me in. BLECH.


Anything with the head still on freaks me out. Well, let me rephrase that---any FOOD with the head still on freaks me out. For non-food items head off freaks me out much more.
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Re: One uppin' the turducken

Postby dios4vida » 30 Nov 2010, 17:41

Oh dear Lord. I think I have to go throw up now. And eat some vegetables.

A LOT of vegetables.

Gee, and it's dinner time...BLECH!!
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