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Atheist Chefs Invent Cthurkey, The Cthulu Holiday Turkey


[adsense]Austin, Texas – The monstrous beast seen above is not a Fukushima mutant or even a wild Turducken, nay, it is being called a Cthurkey.  Named after the pagan god Cthulu, several inventive atheist chefs created this monstrosity to be shared as the ‘meal centerpiece’ for themselves and friends to dine upon this holiday season.

The Cthurkey recipe calls for a full-sized octoups to be stuffed inside a turkey, which is then sat atop crab legs and then adorned with strips of succulent bacon.

One reader who made the meal said it is succulent, but mainly ‘tastes like very rich chicken’.