The most American Food

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RE: The most American Food

Post by TrilinguisT » Mon 03.06.2006 11:10 pm

a total american delicacy -- a todurken -- a chicken stuffed in a duck stuffed in a turkey -- mmmmmm... its hella good..

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RE: The most American Food

Post by Shibakoen » Mon 03.06.2006 11:30 pm

Don't you mean "Tur-duck-en"? I haven't actually had one. I've only seen them on TV. And John Madden isn't exactly a nutrition guru so I'd be a little wary of that one. It might be a little more healthy than the deep fried turkey that's popular here for Thanksgiving.

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RE: The most American Food

Post by AJBryant » Tue 03.07.2006 12:50 pm

I'd rather have a tur-duck-en than a tofurkey.


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RE: The most American Food

Post by sikago » Thu 03.09.2006 7:54 am

hows the BBQ elsewhere in the world?...

i dont know. Maybe they have killer ribs in finland or something?

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RE: The most American Food

Post by Shibakoen » Thu 03.09.2006 2:26 pm

うなぎ大好き。 Granted it's not really BBQ, but that's how they always translate it (BBQ eel). Yummm... Anyway, there's nothing quite as good as true Southern BBQ.

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