I finally got Samuel Hebert on the phone at 7:30 a.m., two days before Thanksgiving.
“We’re really busy right now” he told me, his voice hoarse. There was a lot of racket in the background. “Could I call you back on Friday?”
Not possible: I needed to know about turduckens right now.
Hebert (pronounced ay-BEAR) is the owner of Hebert’s Specialty Meats, a butcher shop in Maurice, Louisiana where many believe the turducken was invented. That means that this time of year, the place is lousy with poultr…