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Dec 8, 2010 06:37 AM

turducken were can I buy one for X-mas in GTA

help I need a turducken never tried one or seen one.
were can I buy one cheap

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  1. I don't thnk there is any such thing as a good CHEAP turducken as they are labour intensive to prepare.. Loblaws sold frozen ones in years past, you may want to check there.

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    1. re: foodyDudey

      I have bought Turducken at Cumbrae's on Church but was at least 2 years ago, don't know if they still have.

      481 Church St, Toronto, ON M4Y, CA

      1. re: niikky

        ... and it certainly wouldn't be cheap.

    2. Medium Rare at Dundas and Kipling. Doubt it would be cheap though...

      Medium Rare
      5241 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M9B, CA

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      1. re: bunnylicious

        Just a shot in the dark b expect to pay $80-100

      2. Fortino's in Brampton regularly has on in their frozen meat section, but only in 'Cajun' flavour. It looks to be about 12-15lbs and would cost you about $70.
        I've never tried it myself as I'm personally not a fan of spicy-hot foods, so I'm a little weary about the cajun spicing.

        1. You can also get one at The Healthy Butcher (Spadina and Queen or Avenue and Eglington). Further to the other posts, there is no such thing as a cheap turducken, but the ones from HB are fantastic!

          The Healthy Butcher
          565 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M5V, CA

          1. About Turducken!
            I bought my my last two at Sobey's at the Danforth west of Main station.Before that at Loblaw's.They are not cheap about 70$ for a ten pound bird.But they beat out a stuffed Butter ball by a mile.Cooking time from frozen about 5 to 51/2 hours.No problem when cooking them, just follow the instructions.The distributor is in Barrie.(Cajunstuff or something like this)