With another Thanksgiving come and gone, one must remember the insanely large variety of pre-set Thanksgiving packages and in-house meals from an equally as wide variety of companies. Restaurants of every genre of food, everyone from notorious Southern comfort food restaurant Cracker Barrel’s Thanksgiving meal with every staple food of the holiday imaginable, to upscale Italian restaurant Maggiano’s package with their “Roast Turkey Breast with Giblet Gravy and Focaccia Sausage Stuffing and Mushroom Ravioli al Forno all have their own exclusive package for either a small price or an expensive price in the case of Maggiano’s, currently at $36.95 per person.

 

Arguably the best Thanksgiving Dinner deal is located at the greatest/worst restaurant on Earth. It’s an impossibly large buffet that has almost any food imaginable and at large quantities, all for $11.49. When historians look back on the history of popular restaurants, I hope they look at this restaurant chain as the epitome of American cuisine instead of McDonald’s. It’s so traditionally American that Southern comedian Jeff Foxworthy is their spokesperson.

 

Golden Corral, either the best restaurant in the world or the worst depending on who you ask, had a massive Thanksgiving deal with a dozen different meat options far beyond a simple turkey, even including butterfly shrimp as well as almost two dozen side dishes.

 

Of the many companies to provide a Thanksgiving option, one well-known snack company stood out for their bizarre option to include a series of Thanksgiving-related flavors. According to their website, Pringles are shaped in the form of a hyperbolic paraboloid and over the years, the types of flavors have expanded to the classic salt and vinegar, a “roast chicken and herb” flavor that I’ll need more information on and a mysterious flavor simply known as “steak.”

 

In a recent strange choice to possibly cash in on the ever present Thanksgiving craze in November, the snack empire have made an entire meal of Thanksgiving flavors entirely in chip form.

 

Yes, you’re reading that correctly. Their “Thanksgiving Day” package contains eight flavors in total: turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce, creamed corn, green bean casserole, macaroni and cheese, and pumpkin pie. Yes, for a reason not yet explained, there is a limited time only pumpkin pie flavor of Pringles. Let that sink in.

 

(Delish)

I could only imagine what the cranberry sauce Pringle tastes like. While the macaroni and cheese flavor certainly seems tempting, I’ll personally be passing on the cream corn flavor. I apologize to Pringles in advance.

 

According to USA Today, the staffers were mostly impressed with the strange variety of potato chip flavors. Although quite like my own opinion, they compared the cranberry sauce-flavored chips to a “Fruit Loop chip”.

 

Since Thanksgiving has passed, the Pringles’ Thanksgiving flavors are only available online. Although, it’s always interesting to see the many flavors of chips available.

 

Have you tried the Thanksgiving Pringles flavors? If so, Tweet me at @CaptainKasoff and tell me.