[Sca-cooks] Turducken and stuffed things was Hello, Intorducing myself

Johnna Holloway johnnae at mac.com
Wed Dec 9 11:13:54 PST 2009

Welcome to the list.
This must be the week for new members.

Stefan has a file in the Florilegium http://www.florilegium.org/ called
meat-stuffed-msg - 4/20/05
Period recipes for various things stuffed into a meat shell. Farced  

Have you looked at that? There are some recipes there.

  You can also search the recent archives of the Cooks List at


under terms like turducken.


On Dec 9, 2009, at 1:48 PM, David Herzog wrote:

> Hello all,
> This it the group I've been looking for thanks to the referral  
> through one of the many yahoo groups I belong to. I'm a Camp Dutch  
> oven Instructor, caterer, and cook book author who has been  
> shanghai'ed into the lead cook position for the house of Klemend  
> Holdt in the Kingdom of Antir. My name is Bakus the Crockist and I  
> see I have lots to learn about period menus and dishes. I hope to  
> gain the knowledge to keep my meals "period" correct. I 'm looking  
> forward to researching the resources listed, recipe, etc. I hav  
> already been asked to provide the feast at a large gathering next  
> may and they want me to bring my competition BBQ to recreate a  
> period version of turducken but to continue stuffing up to a hog.  
> What I have so far is the hog stuffed with a small lamb stuffed with  
> the turkey, duck and chicken. I have calculated cooking time will be  
> 36 to 48 hours at 275 modern degrees F. My first questions are: Is  
> there record of the recipe for this dish and what
> is it called. Was there some sort of stuffing in between each layer  
> of meat or  was this just like a big meat roll? snipped

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