I have no commentary, so just the facts:
A 20 lb. pig, stuffed with an 8 lb turkey, a 6 lb duck, a 4 lb chicken, a cornish hen, a quail, a bacon and croissant stuffing, held together with bacon and sausage glue, and a glaze of 6 lbs. of butter and Dr. Pepper.
79,046 calories, 6892 grams of fat
I *guess* I appreciate the ambition, but I'm more impressed that they got the cooking times and temperatures all figured out.
And what sort of gravy for this guy?
See it all in the video below:
We don't think carving a turkey is an essential man skill, with grandpa (who didn't have anything to do with the planning or cooking of the meal) standing at the head of the table, steeling his knife and taking all the credit.
Nope, we thinking that properly carving a turkey is an essential people skill, and the best way to take advantage of all the hard work that went into cooking it.
Fancy menus, special dishes, and super turkey techniques aside, the thing I'm always most grateful for is mashed potatoes, and plenty of gravy. Put whatever you want in the stuffing or cranberries, but leave my mash the way God intended it, fluffy and creamy, with a huge crater for plenty of gravy, freshly made from pan-drippings.
I've never actually drunk gravy from a glass, as suggested in the photo, but I'm pretty sure I'm not opposed to it.
I've never tried this recipe for turkey stuffing made from White Castle sliders...as a matter of fact, I've never actually eaten anything from White Castle (other than a diet Coke that one time after the fireworks), even though their headquarters aren't two miles from my house.
But, still, it does have the makings of classic turkey stuffing - bread from the buns, onions, hamburger subbed for sausage, then flavored with celery, sage, thyme, and chicken broth.