The brand of beans you are lookin for is Camellia Red Kidneys. Accept no Substitute
They are available on line at a couple of spots (I just checked), but I reccomend this one because I know the guys (business wise) and they run a pretty tight ship http://www.cajungrocer.com/ekart/catalog.asp?action=displayCategory&cid=50
As far as the stuffed chicken goes I will post a recipe for them when I get home, but I am giving you my best advice when I tell you you are better off ordering them. While boning a chicken is easy (after a couple of times you will be an expert if you have a decent knife and all of your fingers are still well attached after your first couple of trys
) and making the stuffing is easy and baking it is easy, but it is still alot of trouble. I cook everything from scratch and I am one of the few fools who has ever done a Turducken (highly overrated, don't get me started. I am not a good spokesperson for the Turducken Makers of America)from scratch and love to cook. All of that being said, we eat stuffed chickens about once a week (mostly shrimp and rice) and I pick them up at Hebert's or Poche's. Both places ship as do a number of other outlets. We kind of eat them the way other people order pizza (no time, lots to do, throw a chicken in the oven in a pan lined with heavy duty aluminum foil, eat chicken, throw away foil, clean nothing , yeeha, dinner done).
I will put up a recipe tonight.
Incidentally, if you have never boned a chicken there is a great step by step in Julia Child's French Cooking. I am pretty sure you can find a good step by step on line as well. If you have a sharp fillet knife and a couple of yardbirds to practice on....you will be impressing yourself and your family in no time. It is relly easy.