Twisted: Unserious food tastes seriously good.

Popeyes is bringing back its cajun-style Thanksgiving turkey with nationwide delivery

19/10/2022

Twisted: Unserious food tastes seriously good.

Article by Joanna Sarah-Freedman

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Here at Twisted, we’re always going to champion putting the graft into your Thanksgiving dinner for maximum satisfaction.

But if you simply CBA (and that’s fine, too), then let the folks at Popeyes do the work for you.

Yup, the fast food chain has launched its cajun-spiced Thanksgiving turkey once more – and this time it is being delivered all across the States.

This means lazy chefs can have a pre-cooked turkey delivered straight to their homes ahead of the holiday, so the pressure of November 24th is completely eradicated.

All you have to do is thaw it, heat it and bob’s your uncle.

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Popeye’s cajun-style turkey is available for delivery (Credit: Popeyes)

Sure, you’ll have to explain to your guests that dinner is on Popeyes, but are they really gonna be so mad at that?!

The turkeys come “marinated with our signature blend of Louisiana seasoning, slow roasted and then flash fried for a crispy coating”.

The nationwide delivery is a nifty new offering, as in previous years, customers had to go to their local restaurants to grab a turkey for themselves.

However, this year, all you have to do is head over to thecajunfix.popeyes.com to order your bird. The website opens today so get in there early if you want to guarantee you get yours.

Popeyes will start sending deliveries on October 24t, and turkeys should take one to three business days to arrive after they’re shipped.

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You can buy the turkey from Popeyes restaurants too (Credit: Popeyes)

A turkey promises to serve between eight to 12 people, and are selling for $94.99 (£84.50) plus sales tax where this applies.

Whilst shipping is included, you will also be able to pick up a turkey from your local Popeyes if you’d rather do that, and whilst prices vary from franchise to franchise, this is expected to be a much cheaper option.

We should, of course, mention that this is just an offer in the US, so UK residents won’t be able to get in on the action, if they’re looking to celebrate over here.

There are a few Popeyes branches in the UK, although we’ll have to settle with chicken rather than turkey over here…

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