Happy Thanksgiving!: Would You Eat A Hot Cheeto Dust Covered Turkey?

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Look, as the Thanksgiving day approaches, and we are forced to see family — much of which we love, but a good percentage of with have some fiery hot awful opinions that they cannot wait to lay down in the middle of the table as if they are a massive lizard belching out a pickled egg. And during this awful day of the “Bad Opinion Festivus”, or whatever it is you want to rename the one day it’s polite to pretend Europeans and Native Americans had a relationship that didn’t end in tragedy, I have a fiery hot take you can bring up to change the argument to something more entertaining. A fiery hot take as fiery and hot as the Cheetos from which they bare their name: mainly, would you eat a Cheeto dust covered Turkey?

“Huh?”, you blather from you slack jawed maw. “Wha!?” Look, stop blathering for only but a second and I beg you to just let me explain. Reynolds Kitchen has posted a “Turkey in a Bag” cooking recipe that involves layering the bird in a fine coat of that beloved orange flaming hot Cheeto dust, and the internet is both in agog and disgust at the entire matter.

Said Reynolds:
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
2. Place hot puffed cheese sticks in a food processor and process until fully crushed. You can also add to a zip top bag and roll with a rolling pin until sticks are completely crushed.

Look at this disgusting photo, too.

Da hell is a “puffed cheese stick”. I don’t know if I love the sound of that. And the internet, as it does with all my brilliant flaming hot crunchy takes, agreed.




Anyway, do you want to make your entire family mad by making a Hot Cheetos Turkey? Do they lowkey deserve it, those rude ingrates?! Let us know in the comments about both the turkey and your family and follow us on Twitter at @WhatsTrending.

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