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Turducken

Making a turducken can be daunting, but worth the wait

Wednesday, the cat in the Mason household, seems to have more than a passing interest in the turducken. (Photo by Dan Schwartz)
Wednesday, the cat in the Mason household, seems to have more than a passing interest in the turducken. (Photo by Dan Schwartz)
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My boning knife cut through the plastic wrapping to reveal the pale skin of the turkey beneath it. After a quick rinse in the sink, I placed the mammoth bird breast-down on the cutting board and stared at it for a couple minutes, then made my first incision down the backbone. “There’s no turning back now,” I said aloud. Ahead was a lot of work — roughly 12 hours, my initial estimates suggested. I needed ...


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