Tuesday, November 9th, 2010

Your Fried Turkey Is In The Mail

Good news, people who like getting fried food in the mail: "If you happen to be one of those poor souls who does not live within an easy drive of a Popeye's, Williams-Sonoma will mail you a fried turkey. Yes, they are now in the mailing fried things business."

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Art Yucko (#1,321)

You'd better have a bank account as… robust as your waistline, then.

KenWheaton (#401)

Cajungrocer.com will sell you a smoked turkey … or a turducken … or a quaduckant (that's a quail, a duck, and a pheasant)

scroll_lock (#4,122)

Marth Stewart's got a deal where you can pay her to come over on Thanksgiving and berate you for the quality of your home, food and taste in general. For another $20 she'll point and laugh derisively at your cranberry sauce with the can marks embedded.

Polly Peachum (#8,145)

One of the funniest stories I've ever read was a NYT (?) piece on Martha Stewart et fille's search for a restaurant for Thanksgiving dinner. They were eating out.

Polly Peachum (#8,145)

I once had a bad experience with Williams-Sonoma and a Mother's Day frozen croissant subscription. But the fact that my mother's got some form of dementia undoubtedly contributed.

Actually, the croissants were excellent, if you can afford to eat that much butter.

Tulletilsynet (#333)

Popeye's. Hmm. — I think I would subscribe to a Steak 'N' Biscuit every morning, if delivered by Bojangles.

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