Thanksgiving weekend is often spent in pursuit of dinner; besides the shopping and table-setting, it’s often an all-day affair in the kitchen, with the cook rising before dawn to stuff and prep the bird, and then attend to the side dishes and pies that crowd countertops and tables.
The legions of turducken fans are growing by the day. Many have messaged us saying they will never go back to regular turkey at the main holiday meals - mainly, Thanksgiving and Christmas. However, we still hear from many people saying that Turducken is not for them and often the reason they give is just not true. Instead of heading into another holiday eating season defending the epic main that is the Echelon Foods Turducken, we thought we’d take a proactive approach and lay rest to some falsehoods. Doubters, ‘nay-sayers’, skeptics, and traditionalists take heed as we bust these common myths and misconceptions about the ultimate holiday feast – turducken:
Every so often an opportunity to try something new comes your way and you just have to say yes. That is how we ended up sitting around the table with friends, explaining to a two year old that a Turducken would probably say, “gobble-quack-a-doodle-doo!”
Wow your Super Bowl guests with an Original Turducken Premium Roast from Echelon Foods. Our turducken roast even looks like a football! Your friends will be "Raven" about it and it easily feeds "4-9" people. (Sorry).
Our turducken roast is totally boneless and very easy to cook. You can bake it in the oven, slow cook it in a crock pot or put it on a rotisserie on the BBQ. It is available with a Spicy Italian sausage stuffing or a Chicken Apple sausage stuffing.
Ask for it by name at your favorite grocery store, or contact us to help you out.
The Original Turducken is ideal for Easter too!