Gourmet cooking adds an exciting twist when Will Brown heats up the kitchen with his creole chicken, rice and gravy! Watch Will swoosh this dish into order as he lets it do what it do! If you’re in the Atlanta area be sure to catch Will every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 6:30pm on Comcast 23!
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Cajun Turduckens are a house specialty at the Douglasville Retail Meat and Smokehouse, just outside Atlanta. Turduckens consist of a mostly boneless turkey, stuffed with a boneless chicken and often duck breast (since whole ducks are usually too long for a standard sized turkey) with some variety stuffing between the meat layers.
In this third video in our four part series, owner David Widaski assembles a Turducken with Cajun crawfish cornbread stuffing for a satisfied client. The turduckens made at the Smokehouse are always fresh, as they take as much as 24 hours to thaw if you get a frozen one, which can be a hassle for clients.
The other advantage of having your Turducken made at the Smokehouse is that you choose the amount of spice and heat you want. Simple herb stuffings are available for a lighter palate.
If you have never tried a Turducken, give the Smokehouse a call at 770-577-2374 to start a new tradition in your home. If you love Cajun food, it doesn’t get much better than this. Turduckens can be special ordered all year long (thought most are sold for Thanksgiving and Christmas), but do require a 2-day lead time in most cases.
Visit www.MyGourmetSteaks.com for more details on the store. Watch part 4 on www.youtube.com/atlantabutcher for heating instructions.
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Ever wondered what it takes to deep fry a Cajun Turkey? Look no further as this video explains it. Watch Glen from Copeland’s Atlanta walk you through how they deep fry a Thanksgiving turkey to perfection.
If you are thinking of trying this at home, this is a must watch movie.
We hope you enjoy!
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Cajun Turduckens are a lot of work. In the first 3 videos in this series David Widaski showed how to debone a turkey and assemble a Turducken. In this video he discuss actually cooking this mass of turkey, chicken and duck with layers of tasty stuffing between them.
Turduckens are solid and usually will feed many more people than an average turkey. They are normally about 2/3 meat, so you can figure the average person will eat about 1/2 lb. of meat in a sitting at Thanksgiving or Christmas. These things are made for left-overs. Don’t forget, you also are getting rich duck meat as part of this, along with what ever meat might also be in the stuffing like crawfish.
Figure 4-6 hours or more to properly cook a Turducken. David shares the minimum internal temperature for Turduckens in this video, along with finishing tips.
If you would like to order a fresh Turducken year round in the Atlanta area, call 770-529-4646. This year, we are using our organic Ashley Farms turkeys as the star of the show. If you are looking for clean meat, the Douglasville Retail Meat and Smokehouse is a great place to go.
For more details, watch the other videos in this series or visit our web site at www.MyGourmetSteaks.com. Thanks and happy holidays.
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i live in Atlanta i think the food sucks her i love mexican ans seafood/cajun food so please help me find one
Rosa Mexicana, they have the best guacamole. I hated guacamole before I went there and now I will only eat from Rosa’s.
In the modern age, travel is such a large part of people’s everyday lives. In fact, given today’s fast-paced lifestyle, it’s hard to imagine that not so long ago, the idea of going on vacation was a rare luxury rather than a growing necessity. And, as the travel industry across the world has boomed, so too have the number of different types of vacations people in America are taking.
These days, holidays often revolve around a theme: skiing holidays in Lake Tahoe or Colorado are common, as are shopping holidays to some of America’s most famous malls. But, if you really want a travel experience with a difference, why not take a food tour of the United States – you’ll find a range of culinary delights available to tickle your taste-buds!
Take a trip to the Deep South on a food travel excursion and you’ll find a wealth of fine foods to sample and enjoy on your vacation. The culinary landscape of America’s southern states has always formed a large part of the lifestyle of its inhabitants; and if you’re embarking on a food tour of America, make sure you don’t miss out on its special and unique offerings!
Taste legendary American desserts, like Pecan Pie and Mississippi-Mud Pie, as well as authentic Kentucky fried chicken. Whether you’re in New Orleans, Atlanta or Austin, you’ll be able to sample some of the finest Cajun and Creole cuisine in the US, as well as partake in the long Soul Food tradition! From chitterlings (pig’s tripe) to Gumbo soup and Jambalay, food tourists in the Deep South are sure to enjoy an enriching vacation!
Anyone interested in embarking on food tours through the USA should also explore the culinary realms of New England on their excursions. From Massachusetts to Vermont, New England’s speciality foods are known for being simple yet high quality cuisine. For instance, New Haven boasts its reputation as the creator of the hamburger – and with a history that dates back to 1895, New Haven burgers are a must-have for any American food fan.
If you’re visiting Maine, make sure to sample Maine lobster – the state’s most famous export worth over $70 million a year. Legend has it that the lobster industry in the region was once so prosperous that lobster was even fed to chickens! And people visiting New England today will be able to taste this special lobster in one of the many roadside lobster shacks that adorn Maine’s coastline.
If you’re looking for more exciting destinations to visit on your trip around America’s greatest food spots, visit San Francisco during the San Francisco Crab Season, which boasts some of the worlds best crab markets and crab festivals annually from mid-November to June. Inspired by a range of immigrant communities, be sure to taste the region’s famous Dungeness crab, which is available in a variety of forms and flavours: from Italian dishes to Chinese and Vietnamese crab recipes, food lovers will adore the range of speciality crab dishes available in San Francisco during crab season!
While you’re in California, why not also sample some of the state’s local produce? Local farmers markets in California are well known for a range of foods, including artichoke, avocados, goat’s cheese and a range of other green produce. And why not indulge in some of California’s well-known Napa Valley wine while you’re on your food tour? You’ll experience the best wine and food the golden state has to offer – a pleasurable experience that is sure to round off your food tour of the USA nicely.
When embarking on a food tour of the US, you’re sure to find a range of food and hotel packages to suit your palate – regardless of the destination you visit. So, why not prepare your taste-buds for an experience to savour?
Mobile, a port metropolis in AL, is located in the heart of the Gulf Coast. The city’s artistry, architecture, food and civilization reverberate the legacy imparted by foreign travelers who transited its shores a few centuries back.
There are direct flights to Mobile from Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, Memphis, Orlando, Cincinnati and Charlotte. The 3 territorial airports are: Mobile Regional Airport located at 8400 Airport Boulevard, Mobile, Alabama 36608; Pensacola Regional Airport, 2430 Airport Blvd., Ste. 225, Pensacola, Florida 32504; and Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport, 14035 L Airport Road, Gulfport, Mississippi 39503. These airports service interstate passengers to arrive at Mobile.
There are numerous domestic rent-a-car offices at these airports to conduct the traveler to downtown Mobile. From these airports, it’s less than an hour’s ride to downtown Mobile. On land, Greyhound Bus Lines joins Mobile Bay with metropolises all across the United States. The bus depot is situated at 2545 Government Blvd, Mobile Bay. A traveler by automobile may take Interstate highways I-10 and I-65. By rail, folks may get to Amtrak’s Station as the landing spot. A lot of folks also utilize Mobile’s vivacious waterfront to sail inward to Mobile Bay.
Possibly the most favorable sightseeing alternative in the metropolis is to utilize the Moda – the city’s electric streetcar. It’s a complimentary, fun-filled and funky electric streetcar. This environmentally hospitable streetcar service is acquirable Monday through Friday, from 7am – 6pm. It features twenty-two stopovers, including Government Plaza, the courthouse, restaurants, saloons, malls, parklands, historic territories and a great deal more. Also, a common transportation system called the Wave runs throughout Mobile County.
Mobile Bay is well celebrated for unspoiled seafood, including shrimp, blue crabs, oysters, amberjack, flounder and a great deal more. Whether deep-fried, baked, barbecued, sautéed or blackened, they come to the dining table in a tempting and delectable spectrum of modes. Aside from this, there are succulent barbecue, savory Creole, Cajun dishes, and a lot of incomparable products of down-home Southern cookery.
The gentle and cozy clime in the metropolis allows for plenty of chances for year-around out-of-door activities, including angling, golf, football and many more. The yearly Alabama Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo draws in fishermen from across the country.
The city’s amusement district is filled with many restaurants and reverberant music venues located within walking distance of the business district hotels. The city’s saloons, nightspots and live music locales offer an array of songful amusement.
The Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center, a leading attraction in the metropolis, offers up fifty-five interactional displays about the fundamental principle of electricity, simplistic mechanics, and many more science constructs that will make youth and aged savour science. Its Theater is open at select times and the entrance fee is complimentary.
Mobile Bay provides completely the large-scale city amenities at small town costs.