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?