Cajun Sausage and Cornbread Stuffed

Turkey + Duck + Chicken = "Turducken"

Let your taste buds fly south this winter for a poultry feast of epic proportions. Yes, it's a turducken. Concocted in Cajun country, a turducken is a turkey stuffed with a duck that's stuffed with a chicken. There are no bones except for the wings and drumsticks -- it's all meat, layered with either a Cajun sausage stuffing or cornbread stuffing. Ours comes from brothers Carl and Cory Broussard of Cajun Speciality Meats. Raised in Maurice, Louisiana, Carl and Cory deliver the genuine Cajun cooking that’s simple to prepare and impossible to resist., deftly blending South Louisiana seasonings, spices and family recipes.

Football fans might remember NFL analyst John Madden salivating over the turducken, or comedian Frank Caliendo getting a laugh out of it. But the turducken ain't no joke. It will arrive at your door, packed in gel ice pack, and feed 12-20 people, depending on which size you get. Make no bones about it, it's a flavorful feast you'll never forget.
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  • Katherine

    (let the good times roll) reflects the Cajun philosophy on life and more importantly -- food! With the holidays right around the corner there are many meals that could use a little of that Cajun joie de vivre and the Turducken is the perfect bird for the job. You may have already heard of this culinary creation and now that you've learned more about it we hope you decide to try it!

    Cajun Stuff is the premiere supplier of Turducken in the US. Unfortunately, Kevin could not be with us today to interact on the boards but we will hunt down the answers to any questions you have!

  • Dianne
    10/7/2010 12:12 PM

    Hi, This sounds really good. I am curious about the spices. How spicy is the cajun??? Thanks.

  • Wendy
    Wendy – Grommet Team
    10/7/2010 12:17 PM

    Dianne - I was one of the lucky ones to try Patti's Turducken and it does have some kick to it. It is so flavorful and I would say it is medium spicy. If you are worried about the spice, you could go with the cornbread stuffing version.

  • rodzzy
    10/7/2010 12:19 PM

    this item has been around for over 10 years and i have got to tell you FANTASTIC my family and i have ate both kinds and they are both heavenly. Buy one of each and i promise you that you will purchase these again and again.

  • Pattie
    10/7/2010 1:07 PM

    That's disgusting! Who needs that much estrogen? (4 BREASTS) That many chemicals! That much FAT! Eeeeyooooo.....

  • Barbara
    10/7/2010 1:36 PM

    We did the turducken about 3 years ago for Thanksgiving. It was a great conversation piece at dinner!

  • Tina
    10/7/2010 1:37 PM

    What does it cost to ship a small one to California?

  • Karen
    10/7/2010 1:56 PM

    Now the rest of the world gets to experience the awesomeness that is Turducken! Mmmmmmmmm....

    Karen in New Orleans

  • Wendy
    Wendy – Grommet Team
    10/7/2010 2:25 PM

    The shipping fee includes the packaging, dry ice and shipping costs. The Turducken ships ground and with the packaging/dry ice it will arrive frozen. Cost for continental US will vary by location.

  • Ron
    11/8/2010 5:30 PM

    @Wendy: Hmm I was charged almost $36.00 for ground shipping and it still hasn't shipped. Why was I charged more than your post claimed it should cost?


  • Katherine
    Katherine – Special Guest
    11/9/2010 11:50 AM

    @Ron Lowrie: When we first launched this product we had a single shipping price, however it was more accurate to charge based upon the shipping location and so we adjusted the shipping rates. I have now edited Wendy's original comment so as not to lead to more confusion. Also your order has shipped we hope you enjoy it!

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Special Guest
    10/7/2010 2:31 PM

    @Karen - you must share with us what other secrets y'all are keeping down there. We promise not to tell anyone else!!!

  • Josie
    10/7/2010 2:31 PM

    Pattie, I'm with you...is it april fools? How is this an invention? Daily Grommet you have featured some fantastic items but this is pretty gross!

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Special Guest
    10/7/2010 2:47 PM

    @Pattie and Josie - we know that not everything we feature is going to appeal to every visitor - but please let us know about products that do put a smile on your face! Click on the 'Tell Us' button under the Submit a Grommet heading at the top of the page and maybe your favorite fare will become a Grommet.

  • Natalie
    10/7/2010 3:42 PM

    Utterly foul (fowl). It's difficult to look at; seems more cruel than death. It's not something I can use nor is it something I will eat.

  • Andy
    10/7/2010 5:05 PM

    Is there a local place we can pick these up? Or a way to get them without the shipping cost. Does the cost come down if I wanted to buy several as gifts and I could deliver them?

  • Ann
    10/7/2010 5:33 PM

    My daughter has a severe peanut allergy. Do you know if there is any peanut oil or peanut products?

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Special Guest
    10/7/2010 5:40 PM

    @Andy & Ann - we are checking on that for you!

  • Stigger
    10/7/2010 11:58 PM

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  • Mangie
    10/8/2010 12:05 AM

    My husband and I just cooked a TurDucHen roll on the grill...it was a great way to enjoy this delicacy for my family of 4.

  • Wendy
    Wendy – Grommet Team
    10/8/2010 2:24 PM

    Hi Andy & Ann - Here are some answers.

    Cajun Stuff is in Houston, TX if you are lucky enough to live in Cajun country and can visit Kevin there. If you do want to ship multiples to one address, there is a shipping discount per bird. For 2 - 5 birds, there is a ~7% discount on shipping. For 5 or more birds, there is a 10% discount on shipping.

    Ann: for the peanut allergy, Kevin recommends the Sausage Turducken, since that is made from spices and pork sausage with no risk of peanuts/peanut oil. The cornbread stuffing Turducken has more risk of an ingredient being produced in an area with peanut oil/peanuts (although there are no peanuts in the cornbread Turducken). Wendy

  • Len
    10/12/2010 12:55 PM

    My son-in-law has been wanting a Turducken at Thanksgiving for years. I want to know the best time to order to have it before Thanksgiving but not have to store it too long... i.e. to arrive maybe three days before Thanksgiving. We are in Massachusetts. If we order now can we specify shipping date? That would actually be best for us.

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Special Guest
    10/12/2010 2:39 PM

    Hi Len! To be on the safe side, they recommend ordering in advance and making room in your freezer! It will stay frozen for up to one year. CajunStuff ships FedEx second-day air to continental US address. They ship on Monday, Tuesdays and Wednesdays. But around the holidays, they have found FedEx to become overwhelmed and thus recommend not cutting it too close. Another reason to not cut your delivery too close to your event is to allow enough time to defrost your turducken. I hope your family enjoys this feast!

  • julia
    10/15/2010 11:44 AM

    I love this! I am definitely getting this for Thanksgiving.

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Special Guest
    10/15/2010 11:57 AM

    Hi Julia! You will have to stop back afterwards and let us know how it was.

  • Lynn
    11/5/2010 6:36 PM

    How much does each size feed?

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Special Guest
    11/6/2010 2:03 PM

    @Lynn : The 15 lb will feed about 20 people and the 10 lb will feed about 12-14 people. Enjoy!

  • Len
    11/9/2010 1:27 AM

    Bought one, I did. Feed many people it will. At our house, it won't feed 20. But nothing ever does :-)

    The shipping came up correct for me. Being in the mail order business I can understand why a frozen, 15-pound item can easily cost $26 to ship.

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Special Guest
    11/9/2010 12:08 PM

    @Len Brault: I hope that it leads to some very satisfied and full bellies!

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