Meat Market: How One Ohio Butcher Moves 400 Turduckens by Mail

The turducken was reportedly invented in 1984 by a specialty butcher in Louisiana.

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Last year, Danny Catullo stopped advertising his butcher shop’s mail-order turduckens online three weeks before Christmas. He was afraid he couldn’t keep up with demand for the holiday delicacy, which his Poland (Ohio)-based Catullo Prime Meats creates by cutting out the breastbones of turkeys and filling the cavity with a duck, a boneless chicken, and apple sausage stuffing.

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