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Turducken?! (General Holiday Dinner Thread)

I'm planning a turducken for my family's Christmas dinner, but I don't know any local butchers that can debone poultry. Anyone know places?

Also, what are YOU eating this holiday season? I'm cooking this year as a test of what I'm learning in culinary school.

My menu:

Meats-
-Turducken + Stuffing
-Roast Beef
-Pasta Casserole

Starches-
-Mashed Potatoes + Gravy
-Potatoes Au Gratin (Douphinois in French)
-Rice Pilaf

Veggies/Soups-
-French Onion Soup
-Mixed Vegetables

Desserts-
-Apple Pie/Tart
-Plain Cheesecake
-Glazed Carrots/Pearl Onions
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I'll give him a call. But you don't understand. It's a chicken. In a duck. In a turkey. With stuffing in between every layer. It's the most delicious thing to ever grace the planet. It's as if the world WANTS us to do this.
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This is the best Turkey recipe I have ever used or tasted. The cook time is fast, which is awesome too. You have to watch all the videos in conjunction with the recipe and I always brine the turkey for at least 12 hours in a home depot bucket in the fridge.

http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/a...ipe/index.html
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