OK, first I have a question I've been wanting to ask. Did anyone try the cajun turkey that you could special order from Popeye's during the Christmas holidays?
Looking up the poor boy page for a regional board, I looked at Popeye's unintentionally funny site which has bio's on it's executive chef and culinary team.
Then there is the recipe link. First of all, what where they thinking? I'm going to buy fast food to go home and use it as an ingrediant to cook?
Then the recipes ... it's like looking at the crash of a mercedes and a jalopy. I am sure I'm going to use my portabella mushrooms, vidalia onions and balsamic vinegar to create a dish with popcorn shrimp. I'm sorry, I was just giggling too much reading these. And each chef takes credit for the recipe. What next? A Popeye's cookbook?
I think the recipe part of this doesn't merit comment, only enjoyment. However, I'm curious about the turkey. There's a certain appeal to me in not only not having too cook the bird, but not even having to get out of the car to pick it up ... that doesn't merit comment either. I know how it sounds ... just tell me about the bird, if you know.