Popeyes Cajun-Style Turkey Now Available for 2017 Holiday Season

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2017/11/01 18:57:21 (permalink)

Popeyes Cajun-Style Turkey Now Available for 2017 Holiday Season

I never even knew that you could order a precooked and seasoned turkey from Popeye's. Apparently, it's a thing. If I was of a mind to go that route I'd be willing to give them a try.
 
http://www.brandeating.com/2017/11/popeyes-cajun-style-turkey-now-available-for-2017-holiday-season.html#more
 
And here's a review of the turkey. Not too bad, if you're a fan of Cajun style turkey.
 
http://www.brandeating.co...eyes-cajun-turkey.html
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    Uncle Groucho
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    Re: Popeyes Cajun-Style Turkey Now Available for 2017 Holiday Season 2017/11/01 20:09:28 (permalink)
    Daym Drops gives it a good review. It looks good to me.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4mQGM6BJddw
     
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    hatteras04
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    Re: Popeyes Cajun-Style Turkey Now Available for 2017 Holiday Season 2017/11/02 10:03:01 (permalink)
    It does look good and I read the brandeating review a couple of years ago and thought about it.  But $40 for about a 10 pound bird and you still have to roast it for an hour and 45 minutes.  You can cook one from scratch in that amount of time.  Still I'm tempted to get one but probably not to serve at the main event.
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    Re: Popeyes Cajun-Style Turkey Now Available for 2017 Holiday Season 2017/11/07 15:13:30 (permalink)
    I have seen the ads here in my area. Seems high for just a turkey. In San Antonio you can go to Bill Miller's BBQ and get a turkey with mashed potatoes and dressing for that price.
    It's cooked  but you  reheat it like this. And then they have catering packages  with gravy and turkey, mashed potatoes, dressing, green bean casserole and pie and rolls. On this deal the turkeys are hot. I guess they deliver them. You can also get one with ham if you don't like turkey.
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