ROUSES TAKES ORDERS FOR FRIED TURKEY, TURDUCKEN

THIBODEAUX, La. -- Rouses Markets has rigged itself to be its shoppers first and only stop for deep-fried turkeys and that regional favorite, turducken.The 20-foot flatbed sits out in the parking lot of one store, under a red-and-white banner, proclaiming, "Rouses Bayou Boys' Fried Turkeys." Radio and television ads are alerting consumers to the retailer's having the "largest turkey-frying rig in

THIBODEAUX, La. -- Rouses Markets has rigged itself to be its shoppers first and only stop for deep-fried turkeys and that regional favorite, turducken.

The 20-foot flatbed sits out in the parking lot of one store, under a red-and-white banner, proclaiming, "Rouses Bayou Boys' Fried Turkeys." Radio and television ads are alerting consumers to the retailer's having the "largest turkey-frying rig in the country."

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