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Nov 4, 2007 10:10 PM

Anywhere local to get Turducken?

Does anyone know if Turducken can be ordered locally? I was thinking of trying it for Thanksgiving. Cooked or uncooked is okay - let me know how it was please!


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  1. Here's last year's thread for some ideas, http://www.chowhound.com/topics/338007
    Please keep us updated!

    Cajun Pacific
    4542 Irving St, San Francisco, CA 94122

    1. I emailed Cajun Pacific, and here is their answer on availability of Turducken:
      'Cajun Pacific's turducken is a 20 (+/-) turkey stuffed with a six-pound duck stuffed with a five-pound chicken; all are boned (except drumsticks) and between the layers are andouille sausage and cornbread stuffings and oysters. All birds are hormone-free. The birds come from our shop panned and ready for you to bake. The cost this year will likely be $140 (I will get holiday poultry prices this week).

      We will offer only a limited number this year and are accepting confirmed orders with a credit card now. '

      Has anyone tried this in previous years?

      1. Scalise Meats at Encinal Market in Alameda is doing house made Turducken, too.

        1. Has anyone tried the turducken made by Martindale's in Santa Rosa?

          Martindale's Quality Meats & Deli
          5280 Aero Dr, Santa Rosa, CA 95403

          Joe Scalise Jr & Sons Butcher
          3211 Encinal Ave, Alameda, CA

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