Brits Celebrate Not-Thanksgiving With Turkey-Flavored Doughnuts
Believe it or not, they don't celebrate Thanksgiving over there in jolly old England. It must be something about those two wars or whatever. That doesn't mean, however, that they don't enjoy the sublime tastes of Thanksgiving food. They just tweak it a bit. How much? Well, here are some turkey- and stuffing-flavored doughnuts.
The manufacturer behind these poultry-ish treats is a grocery chain called Tesco, who are known for a series of bizarre doughnut variations appropriately called Weirdoughs. In addition to this turkey and stuffing concoction, they also sell bacon doughnuts, cheese and onion doughnuts and, of course, salt and vinegar doughnuts. They are likened to doughy, soft potato chips, so as not to tax the English's already dilapidated teeth (zing!)
If you find yourself wandering around England next week, pick up a pack and enjoy Thanksgiving in soft, doughy form. You could probably scour the Internet and find some as well.