It's that time of year again when we pause to reflect and give thanks for all the blessings we each have. And right after that is the time we make fun of all the ridiculous items donated to the annual County food drive!
First up is this extremely appetizing "Bacon Dressing." So basically what you are telling me is that someone made a salad dressing using the same stuff I drain off of my food and pour in my yard to kill weeds?
I LOVE THIS COUNTRY!!!
Here is this year's winner from the "Non-edible (but I can kinda sorta see where you might have thought it may have been a different kind of oil)" category. In their defense, coconut oil is all the rage nowadays.
Okay, but seriously, who even uses this crap?
Sweet flippin' follicles, this stuff is amazing! My hair feels so shiny and strong! Where do I buy this??
According to the package, this crust mix is Step 1 of making a delicious no bake cheesecake. Step 2 is realizing you do not have Step 2 or 3, and Step 3 is being sad.
I love Kalamata olives as much as the next guy, but I am not sure that making it into a sandwich spread is really going to entice people to find out how delicious they are.
7. Hot Pocket
5. 10 year old gravy
2. Barbecued Bat
Okay, seriously, if you have an extra 10 minutes, click this link and visit a gallery of the weirdest REAL Japanese Kit Kat candy bars flavors you ever saw in your life. The Japanese; they do what they want.
Finally! Something normal and totally appropriate for the food drive. A humble bag of turkey gravy mix.
|How is the package still intact??|
Well sure, you have the sauce, but what is going to taste just right with 9 year spaghetti old sauce?
I know, how about these 5 year old Udon noodles? Italian sauce over Japanese noodles "traditionally crafted" in Clinton, Michigan; it's a match made in expiration heaven!
And finally, this year's "Careful, Don't Want to Give Too Much" award goes to this bag of airline pretzels..
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Happy Thanksgiving from Sweeneyville :)