Hebert's Specialty Meats

The Creators of the Original Turducken
Hebert's Specialty Meats
Down in Maurice, Louisiana in the early 1980's legend has it that the folks at Hebert's invented the Turducken! Safe to say easiest way to be THE star of your Thanksgiving dinner: order one of these bad boys from it's creator in Cajun country to your dinner table.
Joe Ariel - CEO, The Marco Polo of Food

Hebert’s is real Cajun food made by real Cajun folk. Their true claim to fame, though, is for their unholy Frankenfowl creation—the turducken. The town? Maurice, Louisiana. The year? 1984. After a day of hunting, a local resident enters Hebert’s with his catch of the day: a turkey, a duck and, yes, a chicken. He asks the butchers to debone each bird and, in a stroke of madness genius, he asks for them to stuffed inside each other.

And thus, this multi-poultry mashup was born.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Hebert's has been featured in National Geographic, The New York Times and on the History Channel.

Hebert's Specialty Meats

The Creators of the Original Turducken

Hebert’s is real Cajun food made by real Cajun folk. Their true claim to fame, though, is for their unholy Frankenfowl creation—the turducken. The town? Maurice, Louisiana. The year? 1984. After a day of hunting, a local resident enters Hebert’s with his catch of the day: a turkey, a duck and, yes, a chicken. He asks the butchers to debone each bird and, in a stroke of madness genius, he asks for them to stuffed inside each other.

And thus, this multi-poultry mashup was born.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Hebert's has been featured in National Geographic, The New York Times and on the History Channel.