Surviving Thanksgiving

NEW YORK - NOVEMBER 23: Assistant Chef Joe Breaton carries out a turkey prior to actor Stephen Baldwin serving Thanksgiving dinner to men and women at the New York City Rescue Mission on November 23, 2004 in New York City. (Photo by Paul Hawthorne/Getty Images)

Tired of the same old dry Thanksgiving turkey year after year? The people at Reynolds Wrap are here to help.

Known for pushing strange recipes on the holiday, the aluminum foil brand has a new suggestion, which involves coating the bird with mac and cheese powder. With a 10- to 16-pound turkey, rub with olive oil, then dust with the cheese from two boxed packets. Tent, then cook as normal. Not to waste anything, they say serve the remaining macaroni and cheese for garnish. Last year, Reynolds wanted people to try edible glitter for a holiday meal that friends and family would “never forget.” Before that, Fox News recalls the “controversial” Flamin’ Hot Cheetos turkey from 2017. Check out their recipe HERE.