Dan Welyk Realtor®  Since 1999

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So the thought of cooking a Turducken has intrigued me for some time now. For those who do not know what this is - check out "The Original Turducken" and learn.
 
Basically, a 5KG ball of meat extravaganza! How could one not want something like this???  I call this an "adventure" as it seemed to be an adventure from the time I told my wife (and she was totally against the idea) to the time she tried it and actually liked it.
 
Certainly not the least expensive meal I’ve done on Easter - cost was $100ish. We had 10 people over at our house for dinner - this was plenty...of people and food.
 
I cooked this thing on my outdoor smoker for 7 hours at 215F then had to move it inside as I needed my oven and a consistent 375F to finished it.
 

Quite impressed. Nice to have - nice change from the typical home style turkey dinner’s I do.

Will I do it again? Yes.
 
All the time? Definitely not.
 
I much prefer my stuffing than what comes in the Turducken - and the general consensus of my guests was the same there.
 
However, my son suggested the next time we wrap it in Bacon...and call it the Turpiglet. I do agree a bacon wrapped turducken would be amazing.
 

Hope you all enjoyed your Easter!


 

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