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    Last year the grocery store here had Turducken available for $40. That's a lot less than the $75 you saw, but I thought it was still kind of pricey.

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    I had heard of Turducken but thought they were pulling my leg. I have always wanted to try duck. I thought $75 sounded reasonible for all three birds and having them deboned. How in the heck do you debone them and keep them whole? Sounds like a lot of work!

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    Re: Turducken

    I was surprised that this thread hadn't been bumped yet.

    We were discussing this at lunch and my teenagers were disgusted at the thought!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by veejer;2685672;
    I was surprised that this thread hadn't been bumped yet.

    We were discussing this at lunch and my teenagers were disgusted at the thought!!!
    I'd love to try it one day
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    We had it for our Holiday party last year. I always read/was told duck was greasy but this stuff was awsome. Turkey wasn't dry, duck wasn't greasy and chicken wasn't soggy with every thing else's juices. pretty darn good eating.

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    I am still strangely fasinated by turducken. I must try it. Like last year, I haven't found it under $75. Maybe if I could find a grocer who sells it raw it might not be so high. There are only 5 of us in my family but have two teenage boys and my husband is a human grabage disposal so 30 servings isn't to much for us.

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    Re: Turducken

    Quote Originally Posted by snickertink;2686455;
    We had it for our Holiday party last year. I always read/was told duck was greasy but this stuff was awsome. Turkey wasn't dry, duck wasn't greasy and chicken wasn't soggy with every thing else's juices. pretty darn good eating.
    Depending on how duck is prepared, it can be very greasy or it can be quite good.

    I have had duck many times and have never had one that was greasy.

    Now goose on the other hand, I did not care for at all.

    Can'tgetenough, I'd love to try this too, but there's only 4 of us. Maybe we could combine family's for a turkucken day.
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    Re: Turducken

    I suppose if you were handy with a knife you could always debone each and put it together your self. What about just making one with the breast meat of each bird, stuffing in between and wrapped it up with butcher string?

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    Quote Originally Posted by snickertink;2687430;
    What about just making one with the breast meat of each bird, stuffing in between and wrapped it up with butcher string?
    I was wondering about that too. I wonder if you could cook them with the breast bones still in them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CantGetNuf;2687700;
    I was wondering about that too. I wonder if you could cook them with the breast bones still in them.
    I thought they also used a bread stuffing between each bird?
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