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Anyone out there every try a Turducken? (It's a boneless chicken, and boneless duck stuffed in a turkey with stuffing in between each layer.) I've never tried one but I'm considering throwing one on the BGE for thanksgiving. If anyone here has tried a turducken, please let me know what your opinion was, good or bad. [p]Also, any tips on a quality online retailer appreciated. Thanks....Tarheel Tom. (Exiled in CO)


  • thirdeyethirdeye Posts: 7,428
    Tarheel Tom,
    I had one many years ago...All three were de-boned, fresh herbs and sausage were in between each as well as in the center cavity. It was tied with butchers twine, rubbed and deep fried. Slices were about 1/2" thick, BTW it was great.

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  • Wise OneWise One Posts: 2,645
    thirdeye, for the last two years, the Malveau family has been cooking one at EGGtoberfest.

  • Tarheel Tom,[p]Not sure of a online retailer but they are excellent and I highly recommend them for the holidays![p]B o B
  • Tarheel Tom, heres instructions if you want to do your own.[p]

  • CajunCajun Posts: 147
    Tarheel Tom,[p]Here's a link to a Cajun company that does it right.[p]Hope this helps
    [ul][li]Turducken Link[/ul]
  • Thanks all for the info. I'll let you know how it turns out! Tarheel Tom
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