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Post Wed Nov 27, 2013 2:08 pm
lostarrow well done
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Cooking a turducken for thanksgiving.

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Post Thu Nov 28, 2013 7:28 pm
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Good luck, and please make sure the camera's ready to go! :thumbup:

Post Fri Nov 29, 2013 3:31 pm
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+1. It would be great to see pics of this really uncommon bird (or birds?). :D

I like the 6-legged turkey too. That would be something to see. I think a true 6-legged turkey would be a really tough bird to hunt, though - too darn fast. :twisted:
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Post Mon Dec 02, 2013 10:26 am
Trollby well done
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I really want to try a Turducken, but so far none are Gluten Free.

Was hoping to find one that used Corn flour in the corn-bread stuffing but not yet

Post Mon Dec 02, 2013 3:14 pm
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Since it has to be assembled by hand maybe you could special-order one in a disassembled state and put it together yourself?

Post Mon Dec 02, 2013 3:18 pm
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A good butcher should be able to assemble one for you. We had one put together by a meat shop in Cincinnati for a holiday meal a few years ago.
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Post Mon Dec 02, 2013 4:42 pm
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BaasPro wrote:
A good butcher should be able to assemble one for you. We had one put together by a meat shop in Cincinnati for a holiday meal a few years ago.


Now that is something I'd really like to see. It's not so much the stuffing one bird into the other so much as I'd like to see how they debone the entire bird. (Assuming Steven hasn't covered this in one of his many great books...)

Come to think of it I'd also like to see how they prepare the 6-legged turkey as well. That is, unless they just use farm-grown 6-legged mutant turkeys, because that wouldn't be much to learn at all (that's legal anyway). :twisted:
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Post Tue Dec 03, 2013 2:23 pm
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I hear the 6-legged turkeys are a specialty of Chernobyl Poultry, Inc. :wink:

I know there's video of Jacques Pepin deboning a chicken...I think it might be part of episode 126 of Essential Pepin.

Post Fri Dec 13, 2013 4:26 am
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I've seen that video of Jacques Pepin. He slices through the thing like butter. Always a good reminder to keep your knives sharpened!

Post Tue Dec 17, 2013 7:52 am
Patdakat medium-rare
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For Trollby: Try http://www.cajungrocer.com/search/index ... ucken.html
They have various cornbread stuffing's.
They used to sell a turducken kit. Just the carcasses, but I just don't see it available anymore.
Maybe they would do a special request.

pat

Post Tue Dec 17, 2013 11:12 am
Trollby well done
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Patdakat wrote:
For Trollby: Try http://www.cajungrocer.com/search/index ... ucken.html
They have various cornbread stuffing's.
They used to sell a turducken kit. Just the carcasses, but I just don't see it available anymore.
Maybe they would do a special request.

pat



Just an FYI.... 95% of cornbread has regular flour in it so Gluten

They List this as GF:

http://www.cajungrocer.com/turducken-wi ... usage.html - Out of Stock :(

http://www.cajungrocer.com/turducken-wi ... usage.html - In stock


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