- Turel – It’s a Squirrel inside of a turkey, roasted. Like a Turducken, but much more affordable for families in the south who live in rural areas.
2. Starfish – As the Asian-American culture begins to grow in the states, many cultural food items have found their way to the Thanksgiving table, amongst them, starfish.
3. Chicken in a Can – Not much is needed to explain this one..
4. Pickled Chicken Feet – Again, in Rural parts, preserving food for later use or use in the winter months. Sometimes people have to preserve and eat some of the less popular parts of the meat we eat.
5. Chinese Food – Some of us are too lazy to cook and not many restaurants are open! I don’t know about you, but I know Chinese certainly won’t fill my craving for some savory Thanksgiving Dinner!
6. Canned Bread – Apparently stuffing made from canned bread is a good? I’m not convinced.
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