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Thanksgiving Neapolitan

Gravy, Potatoes and Turkey...
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...instead of Chocolate, Vanilla, and Strawberry.

Thanksgiving dinner is never easy. Large amounts of hard to make food has to be prepared, usually by one unlucky person.

Thanksgiving Neapolitan to the rescue! Large amounts of the product can be purchased cheaply, thanks to economical canned gravy, dried potatoes, and mechanically separated turkey.

It can be served a number of ways such as:

Cold, in cones,

Cold, in bowls,

Cold, banana split

Warm, plated

Warm, plated + canned jellied cranberries.

Spacecoyote, Oct 16 2007

T'giving in a box http://www.swansonm...fault.aspx?tabid=73
I just wanted to say "baked" for this idea. [Noexit, Oct 17 2007]


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       baked, peeled and par-boiled, roasted to a golden crispy outside, moist and delicious inside, mangled dangled, spangled and spaghettied.... uh what was the question?
dentworth, Oct 16 2007
  

       I used to work in a turkey factory, putting turkey and gravy together in one oven-proof bag. It could have had potatoes added, I suppose.
baconbrain, Oct 16 2007
  

       [I used to work in a turkey factory]   

       So THAT'S how turkeys are made. I've always wondered.   

       I've heard FEMA referred to as a turkey farm.
normzone, Oct 16 2007
  

       I've done an FMEA on a turkey farm.
Texticle, Oct 16 2007
  

       I just had some pumpkin pie icecream, maybe it could be napoleonatin, and strive for dinner domination with that added.
rascalraidex, Oct 17 2007
  

       //Warm, plated// With what would it be plated?
vincevincevince, Oct 17 2007
  

       // With what would it be plated? // Tongueston   

       <rant>Grr, stoopid made up holiday pretending to be Christmas</rant>
marklar, Oct 17 2007
  

       That (which supposedly tastes ok), and mechanically separated turkey (which looks *just* like strawberry ice cream) was my inspiration for this idea.   

       Plated means "on a plate". Or that could be just sarcasm. My detector has been overloaded lately.
Spacecoyote, Oct 17 2007
  

       I hate it when people take perfectly good nouns and verb them.
hippo, Oct 17 2007
  

       Nicely sarcasmoed [hippo]
zen_tom, Oct 17 2007
  

       Baked. See link.
Noexit, Oct 17 2007
  


 

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