There's bad news for John Madden and Turducken fans everywhere. The Brits have not only caught up with our bird-within-bird techniques, but they're way ahead of us.
British chefs have pushed the envelop and managed to get 10 different fowl varieties inside a turkey. Besides chicken and duck, they've found room for squab, pheasant, quail, partridge and others.
It's starting to look like clowns going into a Volkswagen. One chef managed to get 48 birds from 12 different species into a single turkey. Massive bird roasts are reaching 55 lbs., feed 125 people and cost more than 650 British pounds.