Food & Drink

This Vancouver spot is bringing back the famous ‘Turducken’ for Thanksgiving

Photo via JUKE

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While you can expect a full list of Thanksgiving meals to check out soon, we couldn’t help but let you know that JUKE is bringing back its Turducken dish. Luckily, the pandemic won’t stop us from enjoying this over-the-top yet delicious dish with a few friends.

Of course, the Turducken takes its name from the trio of meats used to create it. A duck, inside a chicken, inside a turkey. Turducken! Sorry, it’s just a fun thing to write. And, it’s definitely one of those dishes that no one, aside from at-home chefs, decides to try and create. We know we wouldn’t be able to, at least.

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The meal will also come with a whole host of sides. We’re talking scalloped potatoes, Brussels sprouts, cornbread, sauces… everything you need to sink into the food-heavy holiday. Well, almost everything- no wine is included in the deal. But, we’re happy to cover that part, since it’s way easier than actually preparing the meal.

The JUKE Turducken feast costs $159, and will feed four adults. If you think this is the year you finally try it out, just click here for more information.