It's called the "Plenty To Be Thankful For" milkshake, and I guess you could call this concoction an 'alternative' approach to Thanksgiving dinner, but I'm not sure your gastrointestinal tract will be thanking you.

This adventurous delicacy is only available at an eatery in South Norwalk called RHK Seafood Boil & Bar. The milkshake portion is maple-flavored topped with a roasted turkey sandwich, mashed potatoes, gravy, and cranberry sauce on multigrain bread.

This could be the only milkshake that includes a side of crispy Brussels sprouts or switch up the maple flavor for vanilla or chocolate or crank it up with barrel-aged Redemption rye. I can hear your stomach screaming at you as I write this.

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WARNING! If you're one of those that doesn't allow the different food choices on your plate to interact with one another, this is NOT for you. Think about it. Take a pull from the shake and then chase it with a mouthful of turkey and dressing. Mmm, Mmm, Good!

You know there's always that one guy in your circle of friends who will try just about anything, so here's what I recommend. Take your adventurous eater out to dinner with some of your sane friends, and make sure he knows that you're only buying him dinner if he orders the "Plenty To Be Thankful For" milkshake.

Better yet, turn it into a challenge and tell your meathead friend he has to eat the whole thing. Have the others at your table raucously cheer him on until he slurps it all down and then RUN,  just in case!

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