Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Turkey puzzle

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Turkey farmers are in big trouble this year as they have planned to produce millions of large turkeys for Christmas, each suitable for feeding combined family gatherings of 8-16 people. Now, with Covid-19, everyone will want turkeys to feed 4-5 people.

This is a method for jointing a large turkey and separating all the bits, and then reconstituting it and tying sections together with that string that butchers use, to produce two smaller turkey-like objects.
hippo, Sep 17 2020


       //This is a method//   

       What is?
pertinax, Sep 17 2020

       It's good, so I'm in the croissant's store, but I would like it even more if the turkey pieces were made to fit together to become something iconic other than reduced size turkeys, like an assault rifle for example. KFC47?
xenzag, Sep 17 2020

       [xen] I admit, that would make Christmas more fun
hippo, Sep 17 2020

       // something iconic other than reduced size turkeys, like an assault rifle for example. KFC47 //   

       <Open mouthed astonishment/>   

       <Removes [xen] from top of Leper List and promotes a couple of worthless scum bagpipe lovers to Top Spot/>   

       That is sheer unadulterated genius. We would buy a KFC-47.
8th of 7, Sep 17 2020

       //to produce two smaller turkey-like objects//
What, like two half-turkeys? I've seen "half a chicken" for sale; why not half a turkey? Or is it an un-written rule that you MUST have a WHOLE TURKEY on the table...
neutrinos_shadow, Sep 17 2020

       Well obviously, if you only have half a turkey for half the number of attendees, then you are obliged to have half a table to present it on.
8th of 7, Sep 17 2020

       Feathers and feet and eyes and all?
RayfordSteele, Sep 17 2020

       In that case blend the entire turkey into turkey mcnuggets, and shape how you would like. I'm thinking an alligator...
RayfordSteele, Sep 17 2020

       For those still devouring beautiful animals to appease their stale and, for most of us, meaningless holidays, I suggest a Cornish Hen be split between each duo attending. Keeping the murder rate among the poultry family, or whatever a turkey is, to a min.
blissmiss, Sep 17 2020

       < Thinks he's seen something about a "Turkey Reduction" before, so moves along. >
reensure, Sep 17 2020

       Very wise ... nothing to see here ... well, much less to see after than before ... just keep moving ...   

       Just make sure you don't end up with The Last Turkey In The Shop ...
8th of 7, Sep 17 2020

       Wild turkey eggs are eaten by all kinds of predators.   

       What do you have against ugly animals? Should break out my recipe for Snake Surprise at our next Thanksgiving?
RayfordSteele, Sep 18 2020


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