Friday, December 14, 2007

If It Quacks Like A Duck, Walks Like A Turkey....

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No doubt, it's probably that time again, and author and journalist, Bonnie Bucqueroux, gives up a humorous step-by-step tutorial (from poultry counter to plate) for how to stuff a chicken into a duck into a turkey, more commonly known as that versatile holiday favorite (okay... for some people it is) called "Turducken."

Remember, it's basically all about the stuffing of the birds, and the actual stuffing that's layered between the birds, the suchering, sewing, and stitching of the entire mess...er... excuse me, mass, and putting it all into the oven, and....

Oh, well, you'll see. I'm personally fascinating by the fact that stuffings for this inventive Southeastern U.S. creation can generally vary as widely as a Cajun Seafood Stuffing to an ordinary Apple and Cornbread concoction. In any event, check out Bucqueroux's Christmas Turducken preparation here:

2 comments:

Lynn Sinclair said...

That's one way to "dress" a bird. I wonder if she dresses her dogs (just kidding, Georgie!!!).

Looks messy to prepare, but even messier to carve. Have you ever tasted it?

Georgie said...

Yes, I have, Lynn. It was prepared for me by a Cajun chef from Baton Rouge, LA and it was quite interesting.

Although, for me, it's definitely one of those dishes you can proudly say you've tried at least...once. : )