PigTurDucken Attacks!

Written by Lillian Tram on November 19th, 2012

So Thanksgiving is here, and I have just one question: where the hell did this year go? No, seriously, holiday stuff already? Are you kidding me, 2012?!

 

Anyways, we can’t fight it, so we might as well embrace it, right? Epic Meal Time rocks my socks off, and they love bacon, so we’re totally BFFs forever in another life. I found a video they did of an epic Bacon Thanksgiving that is just AMAZING!

 

 

It got me thinking, too. The TurDucken is popular nowadays, right? The chicken, cooked inside the duck, cooked inside the turkey is a staple at a ton of Thanksgiving feasts.

 

Well… what if that TurDucken was inside a PIG?! Call it a PigTurDucken and make it amazing! You could cook the chicken, inside the duck, inside the turkey, inside the pig, and have the best Thanksgiving you could ever imagine.

 

I’m not crazy, either, I swear! I’m not the only one who has thought to combine the amazing pig with the TurDucken, as you can see… Hats off to those guys for trying that, because it looks amazing, and I bet it tastes even better!

 

The only problem with the PigTurDucken is, well, you need a lot of time to do it and a lot of planning and preparation to make it perfect. They say it takes more than 12 hours to cook. Holy pig!

 

 

Plus, it’s going to cost a lot of money – according to that Miami New Times article, it cost them $229 to do the whole thing up right. But, they did use alligator sauce, too, and I suppose if I were making my PigTurDucken I’d leave out the alligator sauce and go for something a little more traditional. 😉

 

I think it’d be so cool to make a PigTurDucken, and one day when I get the courage (and the time, and the money!) I am going to do it, no excuses. Spend all

 

Either way, this PigTurDucken thing has got me hungry and thinking, which is never a good thing. What is your favorite holiday tradition? Do you do anything special for Thanksgiving like a PigTurDucken, or anything else cool or unique?

 

Have a great Thanksgiving, hopefully spent with your family eating pork and watching football! 🙂

19 Responses to “PigTurDucken Attacks!”

  1. Devron Jakeman says:

    Where’ve I been?? I’ve never even heard of people actually stuffing a chicken inside a duck inside a turkey and you’re saying it’s popular?? I’m missing out hard!

    • Lillian Tram says:

      You’ve definitely been missing out. Once you tried this amazing combination, you’ll never go back to traditional, boring turkey on Thanksgiving.

  2. Terry says:

    Mmmmm that looks like heaven…

  3. Alex Nmenski says:

    Wow… that’s crazy! I wonder if anyone’s made it as far as stuffing the PigTurducken in a huge rack of cow ribs lol. Dang. I do think it would be cool to make this though

  4. Davey says:

    Let the PigTurDucken party begin. So organizing a event to have this served. Great idea.

  5. Lori Queau says:

    I made this Turducken a couple of years ago & it was WONDERFUL!! Instead of cornbread dressing, I used jambalya rice with popcorn shrimp to layer between the birds. I am planning to make this again this Thanksgiving but I will remove the skin from the chicken. Maybe I’ll even go a step further and add the pork! Lol. Just kidding. That would probably take over 13 hours in total :/

    • Lillian Tram says:

      You definitely sound like a true chef. I bet your Turducken tastes amazing. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving. Gobble gobble.

  6. Darren says:

    One question for you guys… how can I convince my grandma that we should make this for thanksgiving?? Lol

    • Lillian Tram says:

      Tell her she’s getting old and needs to keep up with modern times j/k. Show her the video and photos on here. It’ll make her and anyone’s mouth water if you’re into eating pork. Also, offer to buy the ingredients and help cook. Let me know if you were able convince your grandma to make this scrumptious PigTurDucken. Good luck!

  7. Carly says:

    I had a great Thanksgiving this year, but we did not make a PigTurDucken. *tear* But the turkey was great and the time off with my family was fantastic. It seems so far away already.

  8. Gina Mohr says:

    I will have to try the PigTurDucken next year. It looks so good… any meat-eating guest would love this idea.

  9. Bigaprof says:

    I make a turducken every year for the Superbowl. It’s always fantansitic. I follow Paul Purdhomme method, low and slow 190 degrees for 10 hours or so. So much food, no bones

    • Lillian Tram says:

      Sounds like you know your stuff. Next time, you should add a pig to your mix for the Superbowl…jazz up your TurDucken.

  10. Amanda Townsend says:

    Hey well someone could still make this Pigturducken for Christmas or even New Years. I think something like this could be made at any holiday or event like the Superbowl. I can’t believe it contains no bones!

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