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Dec 22, 2010 06:54 PM

Turducken availability?

So, anywhere in the Boston area that I can find Turducken? I actually recall a few years ago that Roche Brothers carried it, and guess I should have tried it then. I was thinking of having it for New Years, and when I went to order a small (4 pound) boneless version from Cajun Grocer, I was just too cheap to spend $25 for shipping. Any ideas?

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  1. Roche Bros West Roxbury had it 2 days ago at $3.99 a pound.

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    1. re: mmocpi

      Wow, big difference in price. I checked Roche Bros in Quincy, and while they have them they are $6.99 a pound for a six pound average. There's just 2 of us so I may rethink it, lobster fraDiavolo is starting to sound good instead.

      1. re: Pegmeister

        That price was a 50% off price - not sure how long it was in effect but was in last week's flyer.

    2. Friend got one at Butcher Boy in N Andover. Not sure of the price, but it is from down south and stuffed with Cajun Rice

      1. Johnnies Foodmaster occasionally carries frozen ones

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        1. Probably too late to be useful, but I saw them at Shaw's (Rte 28 in Somerville) the other day. It was in the meat case alongside the Wild Harvest stuff.

          1. They have boneless ones at Fresh Market in the Hingham Shipyard.

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            1. re: Frank Enbean

              If you are still looking and Danvers is not too much of a trek for you, Mckinnon's market was selling Tony Chachere's Turducken frozen for around $50 or $60 the other day, about half what you would expect to pay online.
              McKinnon's Market
              . 73 Holten St., Danvers, MA (978) 774-0479