LOOK: 49ers stadium restaurant invents giant, tasty LambPigCow

Ladies and gentleman: The LambPigCow. (Twitter/@ChefMichaelMina)
Ladies and gentleman: The LambPigCow. (Twitter/@ChefMichaelMina)

Some people ate turkey for Thanksgiving, some people ate Turducken and then there were some other really lucky people who got to eat a LambPigCow -- or as it's officially known, "The Roast Beast."

The roast beast is on. Now we pray.

A photo posted by David Varley (@dwvarley) onNov 11, 2014 at 1:39pm PST

That monstrosity you see above is made up of 24 quail, 12 chickens, eight ducks, six turkeys, two lambs, a pig and a generously sized portion of Wagyu beef that was big enough to wrap around all the other ingredients. There's also some chestnut turkey sausage involved. It's basically a vegetarian's worst nightmare.

So what does the LambPigCow have to do with football?

It was cooked at Levi's Stadium before the 49ers played the Seahawks on Thanksgiving Day. Chef Michael Mina, who runs the Bourbon Steak and Pub inside the stadium, teamed with Seattle chef David Varley to make the ultimate Thanksgiving meal. 

Seriously, even the cooks working on the LambPigCow couldn't believe its size.

The LambPigCow is part of a tailgate that costs 49ers season ticket holders $5,000 a season. We wrote about this crazy tailgate back in September, which you can checkout here

Back to the LambPigCow though -- and because words can't do this thing justice, let's just look at pictures.

A photo posted by David Varley (@dwvarley) onNov 11, 2014 at 3:54pm PST

(Wink of the CBS Eye to SF.Eater.com)

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