You all know about turducken, right? What seemed like an obscure franken-food only a few years ago is now pretty common knowledge among food types: you debone a chicken, stuff it into a deboned duck, and then stuff the whole thing into a deboned turkey.
My family loves turkey as a holiday main course, and it’s a long-standing tradition that I cook up a huge glazed turkey for any major celebration. But after years and years of holiday turkey meals, I have to admit that I was ready for a change. And Echelon Foods had the perfect solution for me…the Turducken!
Turkey dinners usually come twice a year for us - Thanksgiving and Christmas. It's a torture to have to wait from January to October to eat turkey again and count down the days until this bird makes it on the dinner table once more.
Unsure as to what a turducken is? The answer to that is quite simple - a chicken stuffed in a duck into a deboned turkey. Holy cannoli! Is that even possible? Why yes and it is THE ultimate dinner feast for you and your guests...
One question we receive is how to interpret the nutrition panel on our products.
Here’s the nutrition panel from our new (soon to be released) 4-Pack Turducken Burger Patties. This is what it shows:
We receive many consumer inquiries about our turduckens and turducken burger patties at Echelon Foods. In this series of blog posts we’ll look into some of the most common (and less common) questions. For our first post we’ll discuss gluten free.
I make a mean turkey.
By that I mean that I’ve done a lot of experimentation with preparing the big bird for feasting with family and friends, and I have the whole thing down well enough that it is a task that usually falls to me for special holiday dinners.