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Thanksgiving Turkey Optical Illusion

This illusion makes the rounds every year. I can't take credit for this inventive cooking technique and since my wife and kids will be cooking for three homeless families at the church again this year I don't think experimenting with this technique would gain me any points.

However I know many of you are up early getting ready to put the bird in the oven. Although you love doing for your family, you look around and don't see them up at this time. You, men and women, are the perfect group to experiment with this technique and report back and let us know how it worked in real life.

Take a minute or two and apply the below techniques. Don't forget to snap the digital picture prior to carving.

Good Luck and have a Happy Thanksgiving :)

Thanksgiving Turkey optical illusions image

1. Cut out aluminum foil in desired shapes.
2. Arrange the turkey in the roasting pan, position the foil carefully
3. Roast according to your own recipes and serve.
4. Watch your guests' faces.


no 1 said...

funny very funny

Anonymous said...

yes yes yes
and turkeys rock

Anonymous said...

Goodness, people >.< that's funny. ^_^'

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