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Aldi Bird in a Bird in a Bird back £9.99 instore.

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Couldn't see this on their website but Aldi (Milton Keynes) has got the frozen chicken in a duck in a turkey instore. These are very popular for Xmas & usually sell out fast! Read More
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7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago
Couldn't see this on their website but Aldi (Milton Keynes) has got the frozen chicken in a duck in a turkey instore.
These are very popular for Xmas & usually sell out fast!
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#1
No voted either way, but does anyone else think this is a bit weird? LOL.
#2
how did they get the duck to eat the chicken? and then convince the turkey to eat the duck !!:w00t:
#3
OMG it sounds like something off Supersizers Go Victorian (or was it Elizabethan?) I'm sure there was a dish like this on that show anyway. Sounds vile but can't deny it's a decent price!
#4
do you take them all out of each other before cooking or cook them all inside each other? never heard of this and it does seem pretty gross!!
#5
I initially thought this was a girl on girl action film.
banned#6
allanamia
do you take them all out of each other before cooking or cook them all inside each other? never heard of this and it does seem pretty gross!!


cook them all together, aldi wigan have them.
#7
diabeticguy
I initially thought this was a girl on girl action film.


:lol:
#8
Bird in a Bird in a Bird , I've got it on back order at LoveFilm I think
#9
3 deaths to make your xmas!
sort of agree with this though i'm a meat eater, not like many ever finish ther meat that gets made so just have a turkey and let the others live!
3 Likes #10
http://www.ibiblio.org/Dave/Dr-Fun/df200312/df20031210.jpg
#11
g1bbuk
http://www.ibiblio.org/Dave/Dr-Fun/df200312/df20031210.jpg


Very well found toon!

They have had these in the Stirling Aldi for the last couple of weeks,
They don't look like a bird and don't seem very big to me-But I think they are boneless,so not much waste.
#12
jellybaby22
oh lawd :-(


wait on the veggie brigade :p


....waiting...
#13
Why have 1 slaughered animal on your plate when you can have 3. Oh 5 with the pig in blankets
#14
my mate says this is soooooo nice :)
his wife is a chef too
#15
Russian Dolls?!?

That's a belting pic by the way g1bbuk. Have a touch of well deserved rep!
#16
I had this the other night...it was delicious!!!!
#17
Heat just for the comedy thread, and i suppose it is a bit unusual for a christmas dinner!!
#18
dodgymix
Why have 1 slaughered animal on your plate when you can have 3. Oh 5 with the pig in blankets


Do you make a point of making your pigs in blankets with beef sausage?? Usually made with pork and as bacon is from a pig too:whistling:?? Mind you can't be sure it's the same pig unless you make your own.
#19
weebigal
Do you make a point of making your pigs in blankets with beef sausage?? Usually made with pork and as bacon is from a pig too:whistling:?? Mind you can't be sure it's the same pig unless you make your own.


Emu sausages wrapped in wild boar bacon. just to maximise the animal death count. :thumbsup:
#20
Mother got one of these a couple of years ago, good price and good quality, boneless so no waste, biggest problem is theres no giblets or nesc so had to do a lash gravy. Well worth it in my opinion, (better than beef rearing too, think of the C02 emissions by comparrison!)
#21
moorjock;6782920
Mother got one of these a couple of years ago, good price and good quality, boneless so no waste, biggest problem is theres no giblets or nesc so had to do a lash gravy. Well worth it in my opinion, (better than beef rearing too, think of the C02 emissions by comparrison!)

The cows are still trumping though so this must be worse! :-D
#22
sounds horrible. its enough to ruin anybody's christmas!
#23
We're thinking of doing a' Korean Xmas'
Let the dog eat the birds and then roast the dog....should be delicious:p
#24
OMG that seems so cheap. I remember when an American at work told us he had them for Thanksgiving dinner, I didnt believe it until I checked wikipedia, Turducken
Can the original poster confirm that these are boneless?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turducken
#25
Awesome!!! Must try this :-D
#26
Sounds horrible but that wikipedia picture looks oik - don't think I will be buying though but hot deal for those that will,
#27
rodney_jxl
OMG that seems so cheap. I remember when an American at work told us he had them for Thanksgiving dinner, I didnt believe it until I checked wikipedia, Turducken
Can the original poster confirm that these are boneless?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turducken


It's basically a crown joint so no bones. The bird in a bird in a bird is usually a middle-upper class thing. Nice to see that our German friends at Aldi have brought this to the people! :-D :p :w00t:
#28
tv ad for this looks awesome! think we're gonna try and get one for the weekend!
suspended#29
I prefer the pig inside a cow inside an elephant
#30
How do one go about cooking one of these? Do you just stick it in the oven and bake?
suspended#31
rodney_jxl
OMG that seems so cheap. I remember when an American at work told us he had them for Thanksgiving dinner, I didnt believe it until I checked wikipedia, Turducken
Can the original poster confirm that these are boneless?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turducken


Lol, i just had a look at the Wikipedia link, and it says:

"The largest recorded nested bird roast is 17 birds, attributed to a royal feast in France in the early 19th century (originally called a Rôti Sans Pareil, or "Roast without equal") - a bustard stuffed with a turkey, a goose, a pheasant, a chicken, a duck, a guinea fowl, a teal, a woodcock, a partridge, a plover, a lapwing, a quail, a thrush, a lark, an Ortolan Bunting and a Garden Warbler."


That must have been a big o'l bustard :p

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