When the Turducken method is applied to desserts

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Happy Thanksgiving to all my North American readers! I would love to experience an authentic Thanksgiving meal in the States some day – can you believe I have never even tried turkey?! (To be fair, I was vegetarian for 10 years so that’s a lot of missed pheasant-eating opportunities).

I am sure you all know what a Turducken is… you know when they stuff a chicken inside a duck inside a turkey and then cook it. Sounds wrong on so many levels, but what about if you applied this technique to desserts? That sure pricked my ears up.

 

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I present to you… a cherry pie, an apple pie and a pumpkin pie all cooked together inside another cake! This UBER CAKE weighed in at 21 lb. 10 oz and was made by pastry chef David Lowery for guests at the Grand Geneva Resort in Wisconsin. He called it a “Cherpumple”. Tehehe.

Everyone have a great weekend!

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