There's really no denying that Thanksgiving is great. You get to sit around and stuff your face with all the most delicious foods that the season has to offer, and not have anyone telling you to stop. So, this is undeniably a great holiday...
Until these people came along and completely destroyed it. We really didn't think it was possible to make Thanksgiving taste bad, but by gods, they've done it.
If you're Jonesin' for the perfect beverage to accompany your Thanksgiving dinner, chances are, this isn't it. Maybe if you're on a liquid diet and just really don't want to miss out on that Thanksgiving experience, well, this isn't it either. This is just undeniably bad. But at least you don't have to gut the turkey, right?
Go home, tofu! Stop pretending to be somebody you're not. It's enough to be yourself.
Actually, except when you're Tofurky. Then you should really never have existed in the first place.
We're sorry, vegans, but this just isn't your holiday. Don't go trying to fit in at the dinner table. Go enjoy your greens and maybe have a little extra fun on Earth Day. Because we know you're not having fun with Tofurky.
It's made with "savory Tofurky gravy," though. What would that even be made out of?
Salt & Straw is an ice cream company with shops in Portland, OR and Los Angeles. The lunatics there developed a host of Thanksgiving ice cream flavors, the main course being Salted Caramel Thanksgiving Turkey (pictured above). Others include Sweet Potato with Maple Pecans, Buttered Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, Apple Cranberry Stuffing, and Spiced Goat Cheese and Pumpkin Pie.
This may look like an innocent cake, but it's not. It's ground turkey and stuffing layered with mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce and sweet potatoes, and then it's topped with marshmallows. Don't even get me started.
Boulder Canyon offers several Thanksgiving flavored potato chips: stuffing, pumpkin pie, turkey and gravy, and cranberry. We're pretty sure these are delicious, but they make the list because we're terrified of the prospect of eating an entirely potato chip-based Thanksgiving meal.