This has been discussed on several other boards)
including 'whats my craving', however I cannot
locate the main board where I had originally seen
The attached link (hope this works) was contributed
on one of the US boards by Steve Plotnicki:
(hopefully chowhound team will now allow this
thread to remain on this board
The "Weekend" section of today's Wall Street Journal has a whole article comparing Turducken from various purveyors.
Their "Best Overall" and "Best Value" was from:
They had some of the same criticism, most were "not necessarily as good as the sum of their parts", but they did like the one from Cajun Grocer. Of course with the publicity I am sure that Cajun Grocer will be sold out until Thanksgiving 2010.
It is a unique taste. We had one for a big family get-together. It was interesting that night (albeit VERY salty). You can't really tell the difference in the meat (turkey, duck and chicken) but you really taste the different stuffings. The most pronounced flavor was the andouille sausage. We served it with collared greens, black beans and rice, sweet potatoes, corn bread and a big basic salad. We poured a fairly new Shiraz (Coppola) and assorted Sauvignon Blanc.
However the leftovers were HORRIBLE. The flavors seemed to separate, the stuffing became glutinous and the meats seemed stringy and dry. Maybe we re-heated too long?
The general consensus among the group is that we glad we tried it but we dont have any desire to have again on our lifetime.