Last week, 4505 sold 25 turduckens -- 15 more than last Thanksgiving (they sold within two days). "Everybody wanted them this year," Farr told SFoodie. And there's no telling how many of the poultry mashups he could have sold, at $200 or $250 each, depending on size. "I capped it out.That's all we could handle with our current production ability." Meaning one full timer and one part-time employee -- each turducken takes up to six hours to bone and stuff.
For more info on the $100 Whole Hog classes (start times are 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., Dec. 6, and last three hours), stop by the 4505 Meats Website. To reserve, leave a message at firstname.lastname@example.org, specifying the time you want.