It's nice to have your food delivered to your home when you're in the middle of something, such as watching a sporting event or whittling a new roommate. Stay in with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$59 for a kosher organic turducken meal that feeds three to four people (a $119 value)
- One quarter of a turducken
- One cup of cranberry relish, one cup of homemade gravy, and one cup of challah stuffing
$99 for a kosher organic turducken meal that feeds seven to eight people (a $219 value)
- One half of a turducken
- One pint of cranberry relish, one pint of homemade gravy, and one pint of challah stuffing
$189 for a kosher organic turducken meal that feeds 14–16 people (a $425 value)
- One whole turducken
- One quart of cranberry relish, one quart of homemade gravy, and one quart of challah stuffing
Visit Aaron’s Gourmet to pick up a full or partial turducken, a boneless, fully cooked bird-bird-bird with challah bread, turkey sausage, and endive sausage crammed inside.
Had the butchers of Aaron’s Gourmet not been hired to prepare glatt kosher meats for delivery, they could perhaps have survived by manufacturing Russian matryoshka dolls—they have a knack for nesting. Supervised by Rabbi Israel Mayer Steinberg, Aaron's Gourmet's menu boasts many versions of poultries collapsed inside of each other, from turduckens—a hen inside of a duck inside of a turkey—to gooseduckenquails, a similar concoction that begins with a quail and ends with a goose. These creations join an encyclopedic list that includes exotic cuts of pheasant and oxtail, traditional slabs of Black Angus and smoked salmon, organic meats, and grass-fed roasts. Once Aaron’s processes an order, which can be made online, by fax, over the phone, or by smoke signal from an empty grill, the company generally ships the package overnight via UPS. Additionally, Aaron’s can cater for groups of up to 500 people, building holiday meals or barbecue-style cookouts from meats that can be prepared in American, Japanese, European, or Middle Eastern styles.