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SkyMall Monday: Top ten things to stuff in the Turkey Cake Pan
Kids get bored at family get-togethers. The meals last too long, the strange relatives make bad jokes and all of their good toys are left at home. This year, let your kids paint a decorative clay turkey. Pop the mold into the oven on the self-cleaning cycle (it gets up to 900˚ in there) and the clay should set. Let the kids paint their turkeys and use them as centerpieces. What could go wrong?
Why have cranberry sauce when your side dish could be jiggling? Bonus points if you have giblet-shaped fruit floating inside the mold.
Let's get one thing straight: Stuffing is far and away the best part of the Thanksgiving meal. It's a scene-stealing side dish. Turkey gets all the attention though. Give stuffing the starring role it deserves by making it look like the headliner.
7. Ice cream
I mean, it's ice cream. Do I really need to make the case for ice cream?
People are going to want butter for their mashed potatoes. People are going to want butter for their dinner rolls. People are going to want a giant butter turkey.
Really pack it in.
Why should fancy gala events be the only places you see ice sculptures? Blow your guests' minds with a turkey-shaped block of frozen holiday cheer on each and every table.
3. Chicken & Duck Cake Pans
Have you ever had turducken? Well, it's amazing. Now imagine turkey-shaped cake stuffed with duck-shaped cake stuffed with chicken-shaped cake. Don't forget to have mutliple flavors of icing in between each layer.
Ladle out some heaping servings of SkyMall Monday's favorite medicine. It will make your family seem a whole lot more tolerable during those extended dinners.
Let's get meta. Stuff some ground turkey in there and make a turkey-shaped meatloaf. Throw some turkey meat in a blender and liquify it. Pour that protein shake in the Turkey Cake Pan and bake it until it reconstitutes into solid turkey. Even that sounds better than Tofurkey.
Have a very happy Thanksgiving. Here at SkyMall Monday headquarters, we're thankful for all of you great readers with a sense of humor, our fantastic colleagues and editors at Gadling and, of course, SkyMall.
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