Of Course There Is a Foie Gras Turducken

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It's topped with black truffle gravy, and you can get it this Thanksgiving
Rachel Walensky
Stella 34 Trattoria is serving a black truffle gravy-topped foie gras turducken for Thanksgiving.

Just in case your annual Thanksgiving dinner isn't decadent enough (do you really know how many calories you are consuming?), one New York City restaurant has a dish for you: foie gras turducken roulade.

Stella 34 Trattoria, located on the sixth floor of Macy's Herald Square in New York City, is serving up the hybrid monstrosity for their Thanksgiving prix fixe dinner, adding on a few key, high-end ingredients.

The turducken roulade, as they're calling it, is a foie gras torchon rolled inside of chicken breasts, rolled inside duck breasts, and all rolled in butterflied turkey breast. Wrapped in caul fat, confit in duck fat, and then deep-fried until golden brown, a slice of the turducken is then topped with Abruzzo black truffle gravy.

Naturally, if you're not in New York, you can attempt to make the dish yourself, but for those in the Big Apple this Thursday who don't want to cook a full Thanksgiving meal (those apartment kitchens are pretty unforgiving), the three-course Thanksgiving meal comes in at $60 a plate for adults and $40 for kids. Reservations are required, but the restaurant is giving diners access to Macy's Thanksgiving sales when doors open at 8 p.m., so you can shop off those foie gras pounds. Check out some more photos below.

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