There are ways of collapsing uncomfortably long chains, for example:
los ferrocarrileros (railroad workers)
in a paragraph about car insurance: índice de reclamaciones (or the lovely siniestralidad already proposed)
medalla ingeniería de conservación (But in a conversation among boy scouts, the "medalla" part will probably be clear from the context, and "ingeniería de conservación" will be enough, and perhaps even just "ingeniería" or "conservación.")
in a paragraph about annual salaries: salario del vendepaveros
But what actually is a turkey pan holder? I know what a turkey pan is -- it's a large baking pan. It might be sturdy, easily washable and designed to be reused, or it might be crinkly, hard to wash, and designed for single use. What's the holder? Maybe there's a special frame that the baking pan fits in, and you're supposed to serve the baking pan itself on the dining table, by setting it in that frame or holder? Most people wouldn't want to do that, but even if a company wanted to sell such a thing, the holder and the pan that fits it would most likely be sold together.
What might be more interesting to the consumer would be a rack (that sits inside the pan), or a pair of lifters, that help you flip the bird over for more even browning of the skin.
But someone who sells that specific item will sell additional items as well.
What's a lion man? The best guess I could come up with is
Representations of humans, or of flying birds, are rare and it has been suggested that the figures were produced to illustrate the ritual transformation of humans into animals. The most celebrated example is the ‘Lion Man' a lion with five toes on each paw. The imagery suggests the rock art was linked to the belief system of hunter-gatherers who dominated the area.... [unesco]
Unesco's Spanish version:
El ejemplo más célebre es el del "Hombre-León", una imagen de felino que muestra cinco dedos en cada una de sus zarpas.
But your phrase, "little lion man," doesn't seem to fit this, so I will skip that example.