Turdunken for Thanksgiving
GEISMAR- If you are looking for a twist to your turkey, you can try a turducken.
WBRZ's Malary Pullen was at Herbert's Specialty Meats in Geismar. Malary partnered with Mike Stone, location owner, to create the special dish.
Stone said, according to rumor, a farmer came into Herbert's Maurice location with a bucket that had a turkey, a duck and a chicken in it. The farmer asked for them to be stuffed. The store combined the meats and the turducken was born.
With the right seasonings, a turducken could be someone's new Thanksgiving Day meal tradition.
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