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alt11 Nov 18, 2009 09:30 AM

Wondering if anyone has seen this on menus in the area or available for purchase to cook at home. I believe it's the time of year for it. TIA!

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    grant.cook RE: alt11 Nov 18, 2009 09:40 AM

    I have NEVER seen turducken on a menu in my life.. always heard of it as a special order thing from down south..

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      FoonFan RE: grant.cook Nov 18, 2009 07:40 PM

      Oddly enough, it was on the menu at Gargoyles several years ago. It got some good reviews, but I didn't think it was very good.

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      Taralli RE: alt11 Nov 18, 2009 09:49 AM


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        skippy66 RE: alt11 Nov 18, 2009 01:11 PM

        I saw them at Butcher Boy (http://www.butcherboymarket.com/) in North Andover last week.

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          hhookk RE: alt11 Nov 18, 2009 02:16 PM

          We get ours from here.
          The sausage/cornbread stuffing is awesome !!!

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            cutipie721 RE: alt11 Nov 19, 2009 06:32 AM

            I saw it in Woburn WholeFoods last year. Call them up and ask if they have it now.

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              sulo RE: alt11 Nov 19, 2009 12:35 PM

              I've seen them at Roche Brothers markets.....

              1. itaunas RE: alt11 Nov 19, 2009 03:06 PM

                If you order in advance, Mayflower Poultry will debone poultry -- mostly chicken, but they will make a turducken and I believe in recent years have made a few to sell around the holidays. I believe they will also partially debone rabbit. I don't know if they do the stuffing for the ones they pre-made, though. It may not be for everyone, but deboning is a lot easier than you think and a skill well worth learning.

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                  grant.cook RE: alt11 Nov 19, 2009 04:59 PM

                  I think it can be rather tricky to cook.. that's a LOT of protein to bring up to temperature, and trying to keep the outside from overcooking and drying out must be hard..

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                    nlg RE: alt11 Nov 20, 2009 11:02 AM

                    I think McKinnon's Meat Market in Danvers sells it.

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                      BroadwayBound RE: alt11 Nov 20, 2009 04:06 PM

                      Didn't realize that I responded to a really old post so thought I would repost to a current query here. I just purchased a ready to bake Turducken at Star Market in Allston/Brighton. They're averaging ~$20-$30. The brand is Shaw's so I'm not sure how authentic this is but thought I'd give it a try!

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