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Cockentrice is a dish consisting of a pig's upper body sewn unto the bottom half of a capon or turkey. The dish originates from the Middle Ages and at least one source attributes the Tudor dynasty of the Kingdom of England as its originator.
Cockentrice, at times also spelled cockentryce is but one version of the dish's name. The original name was cokagrys or cotagres, a portmanteau of "cock" and grys, a suckling pig. Other spellings from the period include koketris, cocagres and cokyntryche.
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