Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Turkey disguise 2

I've been chuckling and scratching my head as hits to this silly post from last Thanksgiving have steadily increased in the last month or so... what in the world are people looking for when they search for "how to disguise a turkey?"

;-)

I did a little searching of my own tonight and came up with
this site that has complete instructions for how to disguise a meatless product for your Turkey Day dinner.

Could that be it, do you think?

Have a happy, everyone. Keep the turkey and pass me the mashed potatoes instead.

11 comments:

Floridacracker said...

Happy Thanksgiving Laura.

Kallen305 said...

HA!! I love that cartoon!

I am like you and don't like the turkey much, give me the fixings to go with it and I am happy.

Enjoy your mashed pototoes and I hope you and your family have a Happy Thanksgiving.

bobbie said...

Happy Thanksgiving, Laura, to you and yours!

cedrorum said...

I haven't had turkey for Thanksgiving in 22 years. We will be having wild rice stuffed tofu triangles though; and I won't be putting any silly disguises on them. Go ahead, I've heard all the jokes already.

Jayne said...

Tee hee hee... that's funny!
A Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours Laura. :c)

bev said...

I haven't decided what to stuff for tonight's dinner.
Perhaps vegetarian cabbage rolls or burritos.
Happy thanksgiving, Laura.

NCmountainwoman said...

Happy Thanksgiving, however you disguise it.

Yolanda said...

This is to funny.

KGMom said...

Oooo--my mashed potatoes will be excellent this year--I got a potato ricer recently. And the mashed potatoes it makes are SPECTACULAR!

Mary said...

Hope you had a wonderful day, Laura.

LauraHinNJ said...

FC: Thanks! Hope yours was full of fun and food, too.

Kallen305: Yeah... fill my plate with starch and some gravy and I'm in heaven!

Bobbie: Thanks.

Cedrorum: I'm not poking fun at all! I haven't warmed up to the taste of tofu though... I don't like the taste of meat enough to want to eat something that imitates it, that's all.

Jayne: Thanks... hope yours was nice, too!

Bev: Burritos for Thanksgiving sounds like a great idea to me!

Nice to see you, btw!

NCMountainWoman: Thanks.

Yolanda: Silly, yeah.

KGMom: Mmmm sounds yummy. I love turnips and potatoes mashed together.

Mary: Thanks!