Quality meats are Cusack family tradition

by Dave Cathey Modified: November 11, 2009 at 9:35 am •  Published: November 11, 2009

/> They also offer smoked turkeys, rib roasts and steaks for the holidays.

Try turducken
For those looking not only to avoid cooking but also offer traditional holiday fare, consider turducken. Tulsa’s Ed Hebert is a Louisiana native who brought his knowledge of this Cajun tradition with him and shares it across the country through Hebert’s Specialty Meats.

You can order from Hebert directly or drop by The Beef Jerky Emporium, where Mark Garvey proudly carries Hebert’s products.

"We do special orders,” Garvey said. "I can hardly keep that stuff on the shelf.”

And then there’s the Pearl’s Restaurant group, which has been offering Cajun-style fried turkeys for years. Orders are taken at Pearl’s Crabtown, 303 E Sheridan, in Bricktown.

If you can’t make up your mind, try one of each. That would be a Thanksgiving to remember.

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by Dave Cathey
Food Editor
The Oklahoman's food editor, Dave Cathey, keeps his eye on culinary arts and serves up news and reviews from Oklahoma’s booming food scene.
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Holiday meal providers

→Pearl’s fried turkeys: call 232-7227 or go online to www.funfresh.com/pearls-crabtown


→Cusack’s spiral cut fire-glazed hams and smoked turkeys: call (800) 241-6328.

→Hebert’s Specialty Meats: In Tulsa, call (918) 298-8400 or go online to www.hebertsmeats.com. In the Oklahoma City area, call The Beef Jerky Emporium at 751-6275 or go online to www.tbje.com.

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