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Entry from November 26, 2021
“Turducken is the Russian nesting doll of holiday meals”

Turducken has been compared to Matryoshka dolls. “never in all my years have I heard of a turducken!! (...) it’s like a Russian Nesting-Doll dinner!” was posted on the newsgroup alt.cooking-chat on December 27, 1998.

“Turducken: the Russian nesting dolls of poultry” was posted on Twitter by Brandon Davidson on November 27, 2008. “Turducken, the Russian nesting dolls of the culinary world” was posted on Twitter by Michael Bernstein on March 31, 2012. “A Turducken is pretty much a nesting doll made entirely of meat” was posted on Reddit—Showerthoughts on November 24, 2012. “The turducken is the Russian nesting doll of holiday meals” was posted on Twitter by Steve Mieczkowski’s 115th Dream on November 25, 2013. “Turducken is the matryoshka doll of meats” was posted on Reddit—Showerthoughts on November 26, 2015.

“What do they call a turducken in Russia? Russian nesting fowls” was posted on Reddit—Dadjokes on November 26, 2021.


Wikipedia: Turducken
Turducken is a dish consisting of a deboned chicken stuffed into a deboned duck, further stuffed into a deboned turkey. Outside of the United States and Canada, it is known as a three bird roast.

Wikipedia: Matryoshka doll
Matryoshka dolls (Russian: матрёшка, IPA: [mɐˈtrʲɵʂkə]; also known as babushka dolls, stacking dolls, nesting dolls, Russian tea dolls, or Russian dolls) are a set of wooden dolls of decreasing size placed one inside another.

Google Groups: alt.cooking-chat
Need Soup Stock Help
Gary M.
Dec 27, 1998, 3:00:00 AM
Susan R. Levine wrote:
>
> I’m a real cooking novice. For Christmas I made a turducken (a chicken
> inside a duck inside a turkey) which was wonderful—just threw it in the
> oven and voila.

Others have already answered the stock question well. I’ve got another
one..... never in all my years have I heard of a turducken!! ;O
Sounds very interesting and worth trying though. What is the origin of
this? Anyone know? emeheheh...it’s like a Russian Nesting-Doll dinner!

Twitter
amygo
@amygo
Turducken. A duck within a chicken within a turkey. Boned from the inside. Stuffed, one in the other, like Russian nesting dolls. Wtf.
5:26 AM · Jun 15, 2008·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
Brandon Davidson
@brandondavidson
Turducken: the Russian nesting dolls of poultry. Anyone eating this today...or ever?
1:16 PM · Nov 27, 2008·Twitter SMS

Twitter
Oliver Spindler
@abersager
turducken, the matryoshka doll made out of meat. eugh! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turducken
9:16 AM · Jan 29, 2009·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
MancowMuller
@MancowMuller
A turducken (a turkey stuffed w a chicken stuffed w a duck) is a Russian nesting doll of food- Tom Green
5:30 PM · Feb 27, 2010·Ping.fm

Twitter
Frank Norton
@FBNorton
Russia has the matryoshka doll and America has turducken.
10:45 PM · Nov 1, 2010·Echofon

Twitter
Shaun Wewege
@shaunwewege
Am I the only one who thinks that turducken is the food equivalent of a Russian nesting doll?
3:29 AM · Jan 5, 2011·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
Michael Bernstein
@TheHomeRun
Turducken, the Russian nesting dolls of the culinary world.
9:33 PM · Mar 31, 2012·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Matthew
@JoatGamer
Replying to @markvans
@markvans Turducken. It’s like a Russian nesting doll, but with delicious animals!
2:08 PM · Oct 24, 2012·Twitter for iPhone

Reddit—Showerthoughts
Posted by u/post_crumpocalyptic November 24, 2012
A Turducken is pretty much a nesting doll made entirely of meat.

Twitter
Neil de Waal
@Selekant
A #Turducken is a lot like a matryoshka/russian nesting doll.
7:34 AM · Dec 25, 2012·Twitter for BlackBerry®

Twitter
¡Come Mierda Comunistas!
@cubanintheUSA
Turducken, nature’s Matryoshka doll.
2:14 PM · Feb 9, 2013·Hootsuite

Twitter
Steve Mieczkowski’s 115th Dream
@IGotsSmarts
The turducken is the Russian nesting doll of holiday meals.
11:13 PM · Nov 25, 2013·Tweetbot for iOS

Twitter
Jasen with an E
@AlienCG
Turducken is, and shall always be, in the class of food known as Matryoshka meats.
8:12 PM · Nov 28, 2013·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
Tom Gill
@tomgillpredicts
Russia has those complex nesting doll sets.  The USA has turducken. #howrussiadiffersfromamerica
8:31 PM · Feb 16, 2014·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
Pete Handelman
@PeteHandelman
I like to think of #turducken as an edible Russian nesting doll.
10:34 AM · May 20, 2014·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
autumn-heavy
@mopinks
turducken is the matryoshka of food
9:11 AM · Aug 16, 2015·TweetDeck

Twitter
Alison Leiby
@AlisonLeiby
“What about making those Russian nesting dolls, but with dead birds?” - whoever came up with the turducken
1:10 PM · Nov 17, 2015·Twitter Web Client

Reddit—Showerthoughts
Posted by u/yaaaaayPancakes November 26, 2015
Turducken is the matryoshka doll of meats

Twitter
Doug Kellams
@HardcorDougSATX
The turducken is the direct result of someone looking at those Russian nesting dolls and thinking, “I wish I could eat that.”
9:46 PM · Nov 26, 2015·Twitter for Android

Twitter
Qwerty Jones
@QwertyJones3
RUSSIAN AMBASSADOR: Here is a Russian nesting doll, a symbol of our culture
TRUMP: We took your idea and improved on it. Here’s a turducken
3:57 PM · May 10, 2017·Twitter for Android

Twitter
Christina B
@multitudeofgeek
Replying to @LibyaLiberty
Turducken = the Russian Nesting Doll of American cuisine.
Seems about right.
2:49 AM · Jul 21, 2017·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Emma Lindhagen
@EmmaLindhagen
So I told the bf what a turducken is.
Quoth he: “So it’s matryoshka poultry?”
6:49 AM · Sep 14, 2017·TweetDeck

Twitter
Grant Tanaka
@GrantTanaka
Replying to @Ashleyscuriousr
hahaha, turducken the russian nesting doll of the fowl world
9:46 PM · May 17, 2018·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
Joelle
@tenthmuse
I will never understand turducken. I eat meat, but don’t see the appeal of a Russian nesting doll of carcasses.
1:11 PM · Nov 24, 2019·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
𝗛𝗮𝗶𝗹𝗲𝘆 (𝗦𝗮𝗺𝗼𝘀)
@samosu_
turducken but they’re all alive like russian nesting dolls
6:01 AM · Nov 9, 2021·Twitter for iPhone

Reddit—Dadjokes
Posted by u/waldo06 November 26, 2021
What do they call a turducken in Russia?
Russian nesting fowls.

Twitter
Waldo
@waldo06
What do they call a turducken in Russia?
Russian nesting fowls.
#dadjokes
7:09 AM · Nov 26, 2021·Twitter for Android

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