That's from Los Angeles' Fat Sal's sandwich shop, fittingly called a Fat Pilgrim. It's made up of turkey, cranberry sauce, and stuffing inexplicably coupled with french fries and mayo like it was put together by a 3-year-old. The worst part? It's only the second most horrifying sandwich we're going to show you ...
This was the best photo they could take of it.
Meet the "Danksgiving Day" sandwich from American Euros in Milwaukee, a layering of deep-fried turkey, sweet potato fries, french-fried onions, mushroom sauce, green beans, and cherry-jalapeno-cranberry sauce, all between two "stuffing-flavored" buns. It's less of a "Thanksgiving leftover" and more of an "everything you found in your fridge the day after Thanksgiving, save baking soda" kind of sandwich.
Turkey-Flavored Ice Cream Exists
We're about to show you a picture of ice cream, and you're going to want it.
Did it work? Now go back and read the labels.
You might be wondering why the words "mincemeat" and "salted caramel turkey" are now happening in your brain -- that's because you just tried to forget that those are ice cream flavors that now exist.
And it gets even worse.
It's from a place called Salt & Straw in Portland, and yes -- that's not only ice cream that tastes like turkey, but according to their webpage, it's both turkey fat and the caramelized onions that go with such a treat. Yup, onions, something they might have included on that label above, were Salt & Straw not secretly run by sentient god turkeys determined to traumatize American children so as to change the fate of their species.