Forget the Cronut, Instead Enjoy Thanksgiving Dinner In A Pastry

We love croissants, especially when they're mixed with even more delicious treats. If you're looking for something a little holiday-inspired with your croissant, then you might want to head to New York to try Momofuku Milk Bar's new Thanksgiving Croissant. It not only has celery salt to give it that savory stuffing flavor, but also gravy, cranberry sauce and turkey to ensure you get all the best of a holiday dinner for only $4.50. Of course, if you want to feel as stuffed as you do after a major Thanksgiving dinner, you'll need to eat at least eight of them.

Via Food Beast

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My mom used to make a marvelous recipe from Pampered Chef called a cranberry wreath or something, included the turkey, cranberries, herbs, mayonnaise, and other assorted T'giving Day touches. Oh, my stars, oh my, oh, my! JILL: SUB CELERY SEED (which are teensy tiny) for the salt, you'll thank me.
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