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Where can I buy a Turducken?

By IvyRose - 22 December 2014 11

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Have my heart set on having a turducken for Christmas lunch.   But have drawn a blank on finding where I can buy one. Am hoping your collective knowledge will be able to point me in the right direction, preferably in the Belconnen area.

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Where can I buy a Turducken?
Mysteryman 12:45 pm 23 Dec 14

Evilomlap said :

I’m no vegetarian…

Really?

Evilomlap said :

…but the need to have the best of both worlds (or three worlds, or whatever) by taking one slaughtered fowl and stuffing it with two others is somewhat disturbing to me.

You certainly use the same overly emotive and dramatic language as the vegetarians I know. What difference does it make if the birds are served together or apart? And why would you find that “disturbing”? Ever had a combination laksa?

watto23 10:11 am 23 Dec 14

Evilomlap said :

Isn’t one roasted bird enough? I don’t often use catchphrases, but the term ‘first world problem’ seems to apply to this. I’m no vegetarian, but the need to have the best of both worlds (or three worlds, or whatever) by taking one slaughtered fowl and stuffing it with two others is somewhat disturbing to me.

Well what if you are feeding a large group of people? How is it any different if the person was looking for just a turkey?

KB1971 7:53 am 23 Dec 14

The Aldi one is quite nice for the price.

IvyRose 8:50 pm 22 Dec 14

Thank you for the replies. Aldi to the rescue – like their use of the phrase “three bird roast” rather than turducken. First world problem solved!
Have a great Christmas.

Evilomlap 4:45 pm 22 Dec 14

Isn’t one roasted bird enough? I don’t often use catchphrases, but the term ‘first world problem’ seems to apply to this. I’m no vegetarian, but the need to have the best of both worlds (or three worlds, or whatever) by taking one slaughtered fowl and stuffing it with two others is somewhat disturbing to me.

missm456 3:55 pm 22 Dec 14

Ainslie IGA 🙂

Madam Cholet 3:16 pm 22 Dec 14

A few years ago I recall the Griffith Butchery offered them.

watto23 2:03 pm 22 Dec 14

I know a work colleague who bought one from Jordo’s Chop chop. You may need to order it from them though.

dungfungus 2:01 pm 22 Dec 14

The word “Turducken” is an unfortunate amalgamate of turkey, duck and chicken.
I saw one of these in a local supermarket with a reduced price sticker on it. The placement of the sticker was over the “ucken” which left only the word “Turd”.
Needless to say, I recoiled in horror.
Perhaps “Chicduckey” would be safer.

miska_chick 11:20 am 22 Dec 14

You can pick up a Turducken, or Three Bird Roast, at ALDI. https://www.aldi.com.au/…/specially-selected-three…/

Leon 10:55 am 22 Dec 14

Woolworths have limited stocks of turducken for around $20 per kg.

You can buy each of the ingredients for less than that. You could save money (or get a bigger turducken) by buying the ingredients individually and constructing your own.

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