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Frozen Turducken Available at Save-On-Foods

Foodology December 21, 2010 Food for Thought, product

I am delaying my other blog posts to talk about a magical delight called TURDUCKEN!

After hearing about this a few years ago, I attempted to build the Turducken, but deboning poutry is really really hard!! Clearly I failed and just sauteed all the meat to make a stir fry. After this hard endeavour, I vowed never to try this again.

I was roaming around Facebook, I found PhotographyGIrl’s picture of a Turducken. Apparently they sell frozen ones at Save-on-Foods. I ventured there today to find this delectable creation.

After digging through a few frozen turkeys, I found the Turducken. There wasn’t a price, but I didn’t think It would be too expensive. I lined up at the cash register and they told me it was $89.99 and it’s on sale for $85.99. The turducken was not that big, so I didn’t think the price of it was justifiable.

I clearly couldn’t make this purchase or else my mother and sister would slap me. For $80 you can make yourself a decent Turkey Dinner for your family.

Sites to help you prepare turducken:

On a recent episode of How I Met Your Mother titled “Happy Turturkeykey Day”, Ted fixes a parody dish called Turturkeykey. I thought it was funny.

Has anyone attempted making a Turducken before? Any tips? Did it taste as good as you imagined?

About The Author

Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.

  • http://bonbonberry.wordpress.com Nana

    I read an article earlier about this lol! Looked through my history to dig this up. http://gizmodo.com/5885202/this-inuit-delicacy-is-the-turducken-from-hell
    Watch the video… I’m surprised they sell this at stores.

  • http://bonbonberry.wordpress.com Nana

    Oh oops. I misread the title. They’re not the same thing, but yeah…

    • DesignGirl

      Yep, the Inuit turducken is quite nasty looking. Good thing they don’t sell anything like it!