Have You Seen This? New best way to carve a turkey
Posted November 21, 2016
THE TABLE — It’s Thanksgiving week, ya’ll, and soon we will all be filling our bellies with every delicious traditional food imaginable.
Traditions are a good thing. They bind us to the past and give us legacies to hand down through the generations. However, with modern technology, some traditions are getting a little upgrade.
Forget the comprehensive guides to carving a turkey from experts like Martha Stewart, Ina Garten or Alton Brown. Their gobbling on the subject is now passe. It’s time to break tradition with this new way to carve a turkey.
This video will take you through the steps you need to carve a turkey with the precision of a waterjet. As you will see, the process is simple (and highly satirical) but that doesn’t stop these fine fellows from sincerely taking us through all the steps. As a bonus, they also show you how to carve pumpkin pie and open a can of cranberry sauce to make your meal complete.
In truth, the process is a pretty funny and a little gross, kind of like life in general.
The minds behind the YouTube channel Waterjet Channel have more videos of cutting things with waterjets, including a camera, a bowling ball, and a jack-o’-lantern. So far, all the videos are delightfully droll. If you like the now massively popular Hydraulic Press Channel, you’ll probably like these guys too.
Martha Ostergar is a writer who delights in the ridiculous that internet serves up, which means she's more than grateful that she gets to cruise the web for amazing videos to write about. Follow her on Twitter at @monstergar.