Unique Eats: The Thanksgiving Croissant

The contents of the classic Thanksgiving leftover sandwich -- turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce and gravy -- has been stuffed inside a herb-flecked croissant.

We've already hyped New York's Momofuku's highly addictive pie and fun spins on cookies. Now get a load of their fully-loaded Thanksgiving Croissant. The contents of the classic Thanksgiving leftover sandwich -- turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce and gravy -- have been stuffed inside a herb-flecked croissant. Sound awesome? You are correct. It's a little on the greasy side, but the overall glory of Thanksgiving foods combined transcends that minor fault.

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