To help us digest all that Thanksgiving food and drink, here are a few giggleworthy mementos of the feast, sent in by readers, to whom my grateful thanks.
First, for those who like the whole Turducken thing, with a side of H. P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu mythos:
And for those who like to deep-fry their turkey (I've sampled it, but I've never liked it as much as a slow-baked, oven-cooked bird):
And finally, from a couple of years ago, what happens when the Irish try American Thanksgiving food?
But wait - there's more! What about the Irish sampling weird Thanksgiving food? (And some of it sure is weird!)
I wonder how an Irish Thanksgiving meal would look? The biggest bird in the Emerald Isle is said to be the Mute Swan, but it'd fall foul of all sorts of animal protection regulations to bake one of them. Perhaps if they put wings on a corned beef roast, and called it a bird? That certainly has an Irish ring to it . . .