Feasting on a holiday Turducken is a poultrylicious rainbow of flavor, but the gory, Civil War-surgery-style prep can leave you with an innard-spatterd kitchen that'll spook any appetite. You're in luck: CajunMeats.com delivers the fully assembled meatish Thanksgiving brute to your doorstep jalapeno or plain cornbread crawfish jambalaya shrimp and sausage jambalaya wild rice pecan Cajun rice
CMeats is the online home of Louisiana's hallowed La Boucherie, which specializes in these near-mythical bird-in-bird-in-birds. Each dead, feathered friend is flayed and de-boned, its blood and entrails replaced with delicious homemade stuffing. Then, chicken is tucked inside duck, duck/chicken squished inside turkey, and it's all sutured up to create a fantastic Russian Doll of fowl. As if this weren't enough, CMeats gives you the choice to cram your order with one of these fillings
Your beast will arrive vacuum-sealed and only a three-day refrigerated defrost away from ovenability. Then just plop it in a roasting pan, baste the thawed monster in a 350 oven for 4 hours, letting the stuffing plump and marinate in the buttery juice of baking birds. Finished product feeds 14-18, or one if you swallowed it whole to create the fabled Youturducken.