TurBACONducken for all!
It’s that time of year when the weather turns chilly and our hearts get warmer as we spend time thinking of others and gathering with loved ones. Time to bake and cook and warm the hearth. But how to prepare a fantastic feast and still have time to spend with the ones you love? Cue the turbaconducken, otherwise known as a bacon wrapped boneless turducken roast.
In olden times, way back at the beginning of this millennium, we here at Bacon Today were doling out instructions on how to make your own turbaconducken, you remember: the duck, stuffed in a chicken, stuffed in turkey then wrapped with bacon and then more bacon.
But today, I’m happy to report there’s a much easier way to enjoy this decadent dinner. Check out the bacon super store, BaconFreak.com to find this miraculous meal made ready to go from fridge to oven with no work at all. No worries this year about drying out the turkey, this roast is juicy and delicious. With bacon on the inside and the outside, this roast is a sort of self basting. And carving this treat is super easy too!
What to expect …
This beastly meat feast delivers the wow factor to any holiday. The Bacon-Wrapped Turducken consists of a boneless turkey breast that is wrapped in bacon and layered with boneless, skinless chicken breast meat, boneless, skinless duck breast meat, more bacon inside and stuffed with a spicy Italian sausage stuffing.
Delivered in a colorful gift box, the turbaconducken roast comes packed on dry ice to keep it fresh in transit. Weighing in at 6.6 pounds, this delightful combination of meats will serve 10-12 hungry carnivores.
What to do …
To thaw the roast, place it in the refrigerator for three days before cooking. With one to three days for shipping, plus three days to thaw in the refrigerator, be sure to order yours in time from our friends at Bacon Freak! Order anytime between now and the deadline of November 12 and your very own turbaconducken will be shipped to your door. (All orders shipping between November 12 & 13 to ensure time for shipping and thawing before Thanksgiving.)
Then mark this meal off your “bucket list.”